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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 1900
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00095
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS GEO. WHAT, THE TUNER will vUI -
Mr. T.
T. 'Vet
the East Coast In November 3t far more made a trip as mrTII:; !) residence of J. O. Walton, IK YOU WANT
SOMF.TIIISn(
as Jacksonville NOIIUY
this week In
And Topics of 1'ltll..vllll. for rllIt. furnished. Apply lu tlio way lira shirt KI.INK U. iiit it linn refrigerating" /'plant\ ore oponng ( -
Oeiieral ,
Mr. J.
Interest O. Walton Ins olToiIng
this Magnolia
of a few weeks' gone on a visit -Mr. W. J. Tucker of Fort Pierce at olllco. *l.2b l :;: shirts for 73 cents Springs hot!.

York. to Washington and New was a pleasant caller at this office on Attorney J. C. Jones, one of the -The :Mr. Fied C. King, who hut. been with
Society and General Wednesday.Mr. candidates pay tmlll on the F. E. ('. Uy, the Royal 1'olnoUna Pulin lloai
Gossip In connection for state solicitor, arrived was down the riNvd font
with BUcayne tray Lake Worth, Indian, -Mr. I). B Prlt'chard, who. has been M. S. Santa, a prominent farmer town Yl.'lItl"'II'IY.' tlio hearts' of the this week making number of years, will again rosumo his
Banana and on a week's vacation at MJaml returned l employees hippy ioHlilon| of cliIff clerk willed
Halifax" Rivers, K.V"Rt of Coiutenny was In town of Mon Is good
home on Saturday last. part -:Mr. F. M. "Wooten of Turnuull -II! ; U news t<> his.
and all other Important PoInt. along tbEast day and Tuesday. who 1'11. L. Motlow and. children, inauy fileiulii. He has {outs
Count sf owns laigu turpentine ulill, was who have been with the United States hotel
of the
Florida. sptUHllng
Brief mention o RegifttiiUlon; Office? Tom Johnson There in town this woukDeputyshaltT. summer In Saratoga
will bean
excursion to NewSmyrna Ttnnesseo N. Y.. the
s Interesting Kvent from Varloa. Part paid a visit to Jensen on Monday to at are oxpwtod home this afloinooii "- past season.
of the World| About People You Know tend to the registration books. cents the, Sunday round the fate being sixty; M. 8. Jonos broughtup low' much to the delight of Mr. Mot- Hotel :St.; Jaint's. .JI,, kll"'lVllh.' will

f and People Yon Don't KnowI'Icke.1 trip a coloiod man on Tuesday" an.ll.ll10e,1 again "1'1'1tho coming winter undor the

np by Our Society Editor and a large slat t turned-Miss to Ethel town Coutant last of Oak, Hill, le- -Mis.' J. O. Walton who has been III him In the county jail.> -:Mr. JiKion} A nd lows, the nominee inaiingeiiiont of Its old pionrlotor. Mr.
I of Correspondent Mattered along th.. Friday, and now occupies In .J\ck! lion vlllP. dining the two for J. It. ( '11111 pbeli whom
a poslUuux with tho ]past -Mi. R. S. Nelson, of New S.nvrnn, a county solicitor, stopped' nIT IHMO, wo recently" met
,East Count of Florida. tract Co. Floild.i Ex. weeks, Isrnpldly rrcnpeintlng.,: 1'01"11111'| ciimmeicliil traveler was In yesterday. oil his. i return hunt. u tilp to In tic \\hlte Mountain* of. Vnw+ llaitiphi -

-It is rumored" 1 that the train which tow II I at day,, 01 HO I tills w (I"k. NilYIII'k, Ohio nnd other stales where .. "'ii. Tho St James' wo mo liifoiinod,
THE ADVOCATE, County Stipr. .]no. II. Nuns, of Con* formeily rim between here and Sanford lio enjoyed I hliunelt liiiiiieimiily. Ho will will not open iiittil Jauuaiy.
$1./)(} ten.iy' was In town, on last TUB: \KW: MILITARY I COKSET: Is leave for lil. homo nt I
TlbbllllltO..I
Monday will be .
)per annum In advance. Like pl.iooi] on that run again this the pi/'"'pi<'r style this HHIIMOII. These y.Mr. Mr, A. I. Creams, armlHtnnt-inanagor
Lie can
,. otliuiH '
many
tl.OO canto u to Httriid
six: months the r rmein' Institute. j coming: 'month.Mrs. bo found at JIIIIITH KLlvs's1'Itusvlllo" U F. Munler of Jiu, 'kminvlllo, of that no.v hotel, .the luterviilo\ at InLuivale -
$2.00 per an. to foreign countiles. W. II. McFjrl.ind who ha who lit repiexen' 'ling P IVhiUkl A 111.'s N. II., will soon (Umvu far Hotel
FOR SALE 10,000( ( VEIIT e -Mr. II P. Hand 1. \Diytona's wall Key West. Is Caioliiia' PlnvliiiiHt N. C'.
FINE been quite III for the two weeks I III cigar, In town to-day, en where h.
Note date of expiration printed upon smooth CutPiine: suckeis at 'Chicagoplneiy : slowly men'roriug and'past her friend" tl I known banker., was In town yimleidiiy. \ tuiite down the Kut:, 1'imnt. Mr.I Mauler\ will hull l the pOMllloii{ of t'hh'fell'lk, ll.

your paper or wrapper every week. Tlii St. 1'eteinbmff, Km.CHAS. hope to see her out shortly many Interviewing Judge I). L. (U.iulden.Vo says It is thin Iliiuhtruuilgai' / In I the United 1 hold. tits olllitt\ of cashier. lit the. Oinionil, '
Is a receipt for your money. No need,1 WfclitMAN, lIIanll er. aeknort loiluo \ploiiHiint cull.Snpeiint Mtnto I, '". He IH fircoiiiiuiiU'il| l lIy the Into Oinioiid,, last' will lei" 'l'IH"l1ek"y blnis s
for us to vend -Mlxs{ Aline Hiady who recently 1'uIIHlble 1'rauk tell the Al\or.ilio that Mr. .
receipt for subsciiption, -The Misses Addle Gaines t a <>ndent. It. 1'. UnIT and Tniln Guiltier. Creamerwill
and
Nellie ,
The date glees It to you. Barker of Oak ceived a m.ignUlcient uptight grnm; Despatclier -- Wing, of the F F.. C. -The innate ii !Itenodlct. ere" leaving IIH"N..lh
Hill wets the of PiogiuHHlvo Culture Club
guests met
III .
piano as present from her father I Is C'aiolliiu.'
When you subscribe for the ADVOCATE Mrs. L C. Brannfng u day or so the Hist very much charmed Ith it. ly, were making an inspection of the tlio ,pallor of the Indian. lilver hotel, last.
by the year It does not cost you of the week. Guess which of I the abllveyounlC road this week on Mr. doll's private( CIU.'I"hor Monday'' IIfltol'IWIIII.SIr/ 'VI alter Soot The HoineHtoiid hotel, at Hot Spilngs.

three cents per week postage; included. indies Is to be man led shortly -Dr. L. T. Daniel Cocoa's popular r -} J. F. O' Boyle an'Ivod In town was. tlio pout iliMriiKucd, ,m.lllt the t meet Va., under, the management( of Mr. Fitxi

THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on -Miss Edith Kitching after dentist has been located at the India r Ycstenliy, from Davtoiin, where ho lias ing next tlundayxtUn'uuun/ Will ClIl'lolOII t Sieiry. manager of lintels Royal Polncli
sale at the following news-stands, at fiv a couple of weeks with her upending Hirer hotel Tltusvillo, all the week, attending been all unimnoi. His many filundsaie. will dlMDiMxed. itoveiul new niouiliur unit and tlio llienkai\ I'nliu Bench, has
cents per copy : Sebastian returned to New parents at to various patients. always pleased, to sou his genial! countenance Ewe been addoil to the l.olIl..IIII.v, and dona I the latest October |'IIIHIIOMS, In lu

Tltusvlllo" -B. R. Wilson Son. Saturday last, where ho will Orleans resume her on -The Rev. Sidney Wilbur ft foimc r ntusvillo. the their ladles have just cause to lie proud of( that hlHtoiy..lit A little,' to the AIIVOCAIK says
a riicent count Lucre
J. B. Screven. success wore over
resident
Jacksonville-Rathbun lintel. position as nurse In a hospital.Mr. .. of last Tltimvllle lived In town 011 /-Mr. find Mrs. llcnj. Sulo pamii'd 1 6XI( guests In the hotel. No wonder Mr.
Sunday and
i
to leave
Windsor hotel. P. L. Keyser of Mime, shipped d I Jacksonville and Calltuinla expects fo r through here, Monday, on route to St. More ... Mcny looked l s ) )happy when ho recently
Pnval hotel. on Saturday List. 1& large'alligator' and next week Lucie, to look aftert-i'iiator:! M. :8.: Quay'sproperty. 'I'r..t. at TMuntllln.Dr. paid a vlnU to I ho East: Coast.

News turtle to Hendeisonville S: -Mrs. J. A Strawderman one of I The Senator and family willIe 1 -
stand Union C. The all-l !Mr.
depo J. (O. last
of the .
Palm down at St. Lucie after the M. U. J.. proprietor JuiH.an
/gator: measured about tI feet In lengths Wept Bench's estimable ladles election DodHon. of Tltusvllle\ Ulvur ') .
and the turtle weighed who was here on a visit to Mr. and Mrs: has puichiiNud seven acres! of land hotel 'liUmvtlle hu lioou ap1'"lnl"ll
S'iOlbs. on+
neatly Mr. and Mrs.
!KIT": Reading notice ads. are ten centper R. R. McCormlck and 1 innnnger of Canaveral Club at
Main
I Forrest Baldwin left for home on Wed street" west of the )'Ill'k. and he
line this Mr. W. .F. McCormick Chester .hla
IIf
on Shoals
page. -Fish Commissioner J. Y. Detwller, nesday. Cocoanut has a foioe of moo east of 'I ItiiHvllle..
of New Grove, who hnve been spending the working on It-gl'l/h./ club I ha of tho bent and .
-1>Ir. Geo. W. Scobie left here Smyrna, was among the pleasant sum bing up root. amt clouting the Inud ono most exclusive
day, for Eden. jester callers at this ofllce on Ml> lie -Mr. Frank E. Bond a prominentcitizen mer at Lake Edward and other places f ff In The I Doctor Intends ,planting It In In )Florida, aulllI kept' up by nineteen
came south to attend the Farmers Insti of UeLand and one of the firm o Canada, have gone: to Philadelphia. for a anil other trees as well. !peach prominent residents of Boston, for
-Mr. Wm. M. Brown, president of th e lute meeting, which did not materialize the Bund Lumber Co., was lu town trod while before leaving for Dade county. mining. of poultry, / op ns going Into llio tbo purpose of hunting and lUhlng. Its

Bank of Bay Blsoayne, left here, Tues that day.. nesday looking after his lumber litter Messrs.! J, Maxwell Randall and Fu- nn... extenxlvv "scale) promoter wa Prof Chas U. Cory of
day, for Miami. eats He left the same day for Miami. Randall, -- Huston, one of tho bunt .I)|<>ts |III i( 41\h"!
-MI' and Mrs. Harry Tuttle who have gene of Boston, passed through Motive' club.
-Attorney Get). M. Robblns.has bee been spending the summer with relativesat | -Mr. Geo. De G. Scliuyler, of Canny here, yesterday, on their way to Knu -
at Tavares a few days this week, attend. Lakewood 0., passed tlll'oualTitus. era), is now at the Richmond Medlca ,Gallic, where they will enjoy tlieniHplves Hon. John C. Jones ,1\1\ r. Joseph p. Greaves, the popularmanAgei .

..ing. to a law case.Those vllle, Friday, en route to, their home at Institute, Richmond Va., Htudyln g hunting, halting l und yachting. They are address the( DuinocriHii, ofOilando of 'I'Itnsvlllon, will 1 of Hotel Alcazar, Is expected.
Mi.iml medicine This Is his third regular winter vlsltois. to Indian / n In St. Augustine from New
Interested They enjoyed their visit to Ohio year at this Rive Saturday York next
on Indian Rive owning, Oit. 27 nt
,should read the Ie./teroll\r very mytch.r medical college, and we wish him every, where !hey have IIlIm"I'o\III\ iflgnda, o'clock In the eight week The Alcazar will nut open before)
/ M N. Oporn house( tlie
u_ __ Mat.u L,1.eetia.. r on pub* Nov. :'JH, so Ml. Uieuvfs" will l.nvo pluntjrof
on our iJro yuae.Mr. -County Treasurer John II irry has -Mr. W. R. Bole and family, of lie Issues of the dii)'. The mooting will 1 time to enjoy the hunting ami lulling..

\V. I. Mercalf\ one of West Palm a purchased a building lot at the corner of -The residents of City Point aDd Georgetown 8. C., an I veil. burn on Sun bo conducted under the auspices of the along tlio Kant; Coast. J\J r. Groaves baa

Beach's prominent lawyers was In town Palm and Pine streets, Tltusville, upon neighborhood ate much pleaded<< over the day and will remain some lima. Mr. Bryan and Stevenson Domociatlo I C'luh, been at Manhattan. Hunch, N. Y., all the
from Saturday until Sunday. which he will shortly have a neat little tact that Mrs. T. A. Robinson (iifC Miss little IH a brother of Capt. A. W. Bob, of Tltusvlllo Lndlo especially. Invited summer wheie we tire Informed, he ,.II.aIIn

cottage/ erected. Ho hRs been drawing Lnuia Sharp) will again tenth schoo of thin place, and hoi. s a responsible) tinmcimo bu lnv. ut the>i Olleul41IlIItlll.
-Mr: and Mrs n. J. Smith and fame the plans for this This is her sixth In
same week. season of teaching position a South Carolina lathoud i A IXemleil' .1II1.ro..I..t.| l .
iljj of Pompton Lake X. J., expect to school at City Point. office._
be at their Rockledge* home and -Mis. L. II Decker, a former resident mn. While our representative .
about the first week In November orangegrove ; of Titusville, but now of West Palm -Mr. and Mm F. T. Budge of Miami. -Dr. F. If. Ilnughton, who U now In The Floildn East Count Railway will trip through the North thin, was on lie*
Miimnier
Bench, arrived In town, Sunday last, on who have been on a trip to New Yoik, Westervllle, 0 writes us that It U getting ho ballasted with rook front. Miami to heard several: lemaik that IItloll'lIn.
":"Mr. W. It. McFurfand, of the Mo a visit to Mr. and Mrs '1'. N. ecker. returned to Tltusvllle on Wednesday too cull, for him in Ohio, unit, that Jacksonville, .'111. The machinery for do Loon St. Augimllne would be .

Farland Fruit Protection Co., Tltusvllle. She was accompanied by Master Charlie It was a business trip, and they only I he Tins ordered Mr. Peter Nelson, of Tltusvlllu ending!I rock to ballast thiN entire road new maiiageiiient the ender
who has been spending several weeks In Uruber. Mrs. 'Pucker and grandson: stayed In New York city one week to get his huuso- oat, Dnntos In I III DOW being erected. at Miami. When but upon Inquiry wo found coining tlio season,
New York, Boston and other places, returned will return home to-morrow or Sunday.The They expect to leave for Miami In their order The Doctor an.11: rll. lloiijrliton tills Is completed, tourists amid) homo to bo unfounded. Mr, Robert rumor
here on Tuesday.Mrs. launch todl1Y.Mrs. expect to arrive In people( will not have to Murray
members of Indian River 'litiuvllle In about complain 10 !bittoily wo mo pleased' to note will Again rrturm

J. D. Price and little son, Hn No. !110)(), F. & A l'r.VIII hold tlicjr' Lodge regu F. A. Morgan and little Bon, three or four weeks. of the dust entering the carry to the fence do Leon, having spent the J

bert, who have been spending the summer lar meeting at their Lodge-room; Titus- Rustier, of this |place who have been so -Mm."' J. II. LoTouinenii, obi of ---- ------- better part' of the summer nt Clarondow

at the Mexint Pleasant house N. II., ville, this ( Friday) evening. As there Is journlng in Philadelphia for the past Eden's prominent and much respected tire at l>nytoni.%. Springs: Vt. Ho ban. been) connectod

are again at their Ormond home much some special work to da a large( atteud- two months, expect to leave for home residents was a welcome visitor to our with this palatial hotel as maungerfor {

to the pleasure of their many friends. ance members! aad vlsitois l U requested uext week. They will bo accompanied town on Monday. She: returned. homo The home of Colonel, (Crocker on several seasonal, IIn.111I I considered a very

-The home of Mr. Edward Fltzger. by Mrs. P. G. Walton, who will spend j Wednesday, Mrs. LeTourneaii had 1U.I/olew.,1 avnntltf, />,u,tinilWIIK (nrui'd gentlemanly ami efficient hotel man Mr.

aid, jr., managing editor of the Inter -One of the pietllest-looklng the winter lieie.Messrs. nut wlul*a!*1 Tl tiiilvltlA .In-- .-p Van-.- "jiu...t...H., M.an.l...l IIn 10.1..1.. ..". .."... 'nnrnl"..... .....,.,,,. ',e.".M.. ._."s.,.,.,._. ,I.-n- Alurray 111'" ml1.le. III) hili (.rll"nl- ,,""'"
____..__ _._ orange #
for the
Ocean, Kjey West, was made happy Sun ,ptll'VUn wt UMVV BUVU for MOIIIU time, Naetlilng and Lallln said she( was surpilsed at the linpiove- side of the building) waft In ffaiffo/ / 'before coming season, and I the Ponce; ds I
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day by the arrival of a little girl. Mother that of Judge D. L. JanIdea, of Titus- York are having their of New ments In town since that time, the lire burst out, thus showing that' It IftIwill open under his able nmnaKo- I
house-bout
and babe doing well. Mrs. Kllzgetalt ville. lie has five aoies In orange / Marie placed In excellent trim for their Rose -Mr. L. II. (;Church of Orlando, who originated, In the Interior It I III up> In count. the on utvcA'rto the dale, elsewhvie ftlinounoeil
was formerly known as Miss at which are loaded faxed to have boon Incendiary the. I
with as
Applejard l\lIm"J hunting and fishing cruise next month represents JHtultai Co., havnnniih ,
wan houso
of treell'j ha boon
Sanford. ge expects to Professor iinncciiplod din'Ing the one of the best and
ship La/lin/ has a staff of men em In town the first of the week route to most popular ho i I,
-is It not about time that those oc boxes of oraoires this season. nloy..I.-..-. t.I.A_n_ l..._.._... .. .n.._.I._..,._._. ._.._....I ,.u"r.,. various points OH far south, en as Miami, summer I limes I and, nod good lists. 'bitcii onteieil Hoveral' eels In WaHhliigton, D. L'., Is the Nation "

cupying houses on our main streets clean -Mr. J. E. Battier, manager of Mr. onnlily overhauling her; and the Hose )fr. CIniM/ : had quite n long siege of Illness Crocket's; northern taksn homo out. Colonel al Hotel, undor theproprletorwlilp Mole. already shows I tilt he U I III In lowli.I.'or O. G. Staple' of the ICIgg house Thousand
marked
up their sidewalks, and remove the Day's orange grove Rockledge/ gave usa a Improve now greatly Irnpiovud. In I
weeds, grass, and trim their trees Do pleasant call on :Monday. He says this meat In her general appearance. health, having spent several months In hotel Ulanil house, etc. The National ;
I III
not rush over each other In your haste grove: Is now lu first class trim, and be -:Mr. J. C. Conrad who has charge of the mountains of North Caiolirm.Mr. Hale, has :'IV) tile room largest with In Washington all sod ;
modern
to make Titusville sidewalks as neat and expects to chip about 2"H: (> boxes of blight$ the local branch ol the Bond LumberCo. L. Moreton Murray who ailver- Improvement
all
clean aa at any other place along the oranges from it the coming season. This Is arranging to move his family from DC tlRtd l his rosldenctt for rent In Daytonn WeNtorvllle.All or "part of Dale Cottage Place go to Washington, Nearly at Floridians this who j
/
East O. stop llnely '
Coast grove was formerly,owned the Lnrul Otturbeln University I I. ap-
by where
Chss. they have resided for the In last week's ADVOCATe ;
pointe'l IImel
: which
Goodyear estate of ,passed I..cat..lln the town of We"tonlllo. fll'ilo. III ahlv ntnnnuft.1 h.. .
Attorney C. T. McCarty, who,'by-tho- New York. pant nix years. to Miami. He and Mrs. through here, Wednesday, on his way Otterbelo Is noted, and acknowledged ; Mr. G. F. Shutt.: Mr John E.:,lucky;;; ls

way, is also a prominent pineapple grow. -Tbe following announcement was received have Conrad who Is a most charming lady south saying the pink paper did the I bo one of the best and moist I thorough In. the affable and whole-souled chief clerk; j
er at Ankona, was In town on Tuesday. at thin otHce "on Sunday last: a family of several Interesting walk admirably for one Insertion of Msad. stitution of learning In the and In hi* olllce are the following:
He had been attending the various meetIngs "Mrs. II. 1C. Wilson announces the mar children., Mr. Conrad ha leased a res In It seemed him a tenant. As an Wetervllle III I 'located In the heart country.of !MesHr W. F.. Wood and' E. Walt Burton
the
of the Farmers' Institute along the Llewellyn her sister Miss Georglana E. idence from Mr. I'rout, and will expect advertising medium, Mr. Murray nays. agricultural dutrlct; It I Its. a modern clerk; !Mr II. M. rimy lion, cashier; aud
East Coast, and 'on Monday, stoppedover to Mr. Q Charles (tall. Thurs lilH.fumllv have within the next week or two. he A OVUCA TIC In hard to beat. to-dsta town of nearly{ a.IHJO( lohabllantll, up. Mr. John W, William, book,keeper. + '

at Hawk's Park, as the guest of day Oct. 18, 1O{ ( ; Brooklyn N. Y." The They already many friends and acquaintances -Prof. If. E. Mtockbrldge, 12 mile from the capital city of Ohio/ ; Kxmemlwr the National hotel when you
Mr. W. S. Hart. happy pair who have the here, and a warm welcome secretary Visit Washington for
Mr. McCarty left for hearty congratulations awaits their of the State Agricultural Society, Lake and connected with Columbus lx>th "by an AovoOArK: reprenentatlvc '
home on Tuesday afternoon. of the ADVOCATE, will leave for Miami News.LADIES' .coming to the Magic city.- City; Mr. (J. L. Taber president of the team and electric cars' nt short Intervalsof recommeudsIt.who "d It this. went. ,

':"' The New York their future home in Key West in two.r Florida State UlrtlcllltnraIS"clety Glen one hour In winter and twenty nilnivtnst highly {
- _. .,-. Evening. ..Post of re- three weeks' time. CAPES. AND JACKETS ::it. Mary. and U.. 'IIV. U. ffurfr bAa., ... Irk *timmi*>, rr\1t\m" tirm.. alt. .( M.L l- Re .. .. .
vier '.ne COntaln8 tile fOllowlult announcement OF ""' > ,> to blind. at__ tl._._._. n A_.'. .,.._.._... ._ .....,_ ,. .
: "Died, in the list year of -Mr. J: (i. Bennett of Went Bind! the 'latest styles plot received at JULIUS of the rj..rl.blItate: Horticultural; Society ; vant K"H nf the city,'Wtil none of Its snnnylng : /fire state that the opening' date of the) 'fl u

his age, A. W. Green, of Orange. N. J., street New York who mule' some of the KI.ixa's!: Titusville. Hawk's Park. were passengers/ tin features; It 'Is lighted by electri 1)I1l1atlallwtel. of the Florida Knot: Coast j'i'
suddenly on October 1st, of heart disease biggest fish ditched, with rod and reel, Monday's northbound train en route to city. The cltl/ens. are of the cottage !Hotel System for the coming season will
Armour, S. D."" Mr. Green was at Knckledge during/ the past few wln- For Hale. Daytona to hold a Farmer Inntltute. class, and e"erln way Is W stervlll a be a* follows: '
well known to the proprietor the ADVOCATE tore: In anxious for the time to come when They Informed our reporter. that they. modern nod most desirable place for Hotel Alcazar St. Augustine, Joseph ,
; and lie had hosts of friends be will again bo able to hunt In the tiny Smooth Cayenne and Abb1kklPint'- mar hold a meeting In Tltunvllle on home and educating the young. P, Greaves, manager, will open on the }
North and South. Mrs. Green formerly tribe from the waters of Indian River apple plants. Free from Insects and Nome future occasion, provided residents hale Cottage I'liK-e consists of eleven eve of Thanksgiving Day-Nov. UH.:
resided at Ormond. Ills sister Miss Bennett will again come disease Address of the town anti surrounding ncrns fronting the University ground on Koyal l'oloclaol1'l1ln' heads, Fred
south with him, tu assist in landing some "LnkeHlde Pineries," country wn./hid give them some little en- the south, and right In the heart of S terry, manager hen ::11.;t
Robbing-The residence of Attorney Geo. M. o' those large trout, for which Indian C. B. TiionMTox, Orlando, Kla. CU rage men t. VVestervllle. The owner will dispose ota Royal Victoria, Nassau, N P., II. K.
is progressing rapidly the River is noted.J2rAnyboly. portion rather than all, at a tlgum low Demi, manager, Dec. :21. I
framework of the building being already enough to induce 1'01,10| desiring such Hotel Ormond, Ormonil, AndersooJk
erected. When completed this house who wishes new robber Wanted to Hell. I'ony Wanted. "advantages to make It an object. Price, manager, Jan. H.
will be one of the finest In town, as no tubes for their filter may have same by For further Information Address Hotel Royal Palm Miami ti
,
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,ixpense Is being spared. Tbe contract emitting 2,. cento to Claude C. Walton! I A first-class. hotel at Tallahassee P'I... ; Wanted a good gentle pony, fur Ken- DALK C'orTAnc: PLACE, Merrill manager, Jan. Ii.: Henry' W.

'r,' Mr. P. J. Hall, expects to have it Tltusvllle, Fla. one that Is doing a first-clans" business, oralu"o.I Address State price" etc. Box M, Westervllle, Ohio. Hotel Colonial' NasHau' N. I', II. E. '
and fi. ,
eady for occupancY'lIome time in De- a !good Investment for right, man. -- ---- '. Bemis., manager, Jan. 15.
'. The only reason for selling that I am Care ADVOCATa:, Tltusvllle. Hotel
Tourists Ponce
de Leon
t St. Au iutlos
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AMONG
THE ,
a widow and wish -- HOTELS.
to --- -
Ito out of buslnetui.Mrs. -- ICobt. Murray, manager/ Jan. I....

Coming to Tallahassee, Florida should F. R. LAMII, For Hale. 'fbe Breaker.. -. ._, ...._.tm.n. .1I..h.--_.., .",._.,1... ..'."__,
Ilelfrlan Hare not fail to stop at the St. James Hotel, St. James Hotel, Tallahassee, Fla. JfelroMfl/ hall Ormond, will again/ l>e manager, Jan. 1.... Till hotel WM formerly ;r I''
for home and comfort. Cheap rates and A horse opened for the reception of guests the known as "The Inn."
True good gentle eleven old
to and
name rare stock. For year. coming winter under the
ale by II. S. WALKER, rst-class faie. Jie IUd of Your UN. with wagon and a good "..roe... For of MU Anna Llpplncott. management the Hol-l Key West, Key Went, open all el
ale cheap If taken at once At Oslo year. Mr. utter Smith managed
Jacksonville, Fla. Stage and liall-Itooni Danoliig1. Prof. J. D. MacDonnell, of Little River Fla. Apply to Mr. Horace P. Shares, of New Ifaven, this hotel during the past few winter

",11treat\ anyone of any disease, L. K. Hovici.ditfo: Conn., panned through here Wednesday. season, but a* he now manage the Man

Wanted a Boat. Mr. C. Constantine, 12.17: : Broadway without knife surgeon or medicine, for Lemon City:, Fla. en route to Kockledge, where lie and his hattan Club, Madison a"eolleXe", York.
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New York teaches the five dollars a month, by the Weltroer father conduct one ot the best aDd most lie Informed an AOVOCATB reprciieata.
Wanted to purchase or charter a sloop > and American dances very latest Euroen treatment. Prof. MacDonnell Is a graduate popular hotel on the Fast Coast-the Eire that h* did not Intend returning to
at moderate Gardener Wanted.A
of the
''I' schooner Weltmer College of Nevada New Rocklwlge. Florida this winter
for
yacht cruising. About prices. Ualty.skirt, reels
jig, charaeer Mo., and has now a hundred
orty feet long and In good condition. steps, song and dance, skit, and all the East Coast. Under this patleotaaloo Mr. O. P. 8 avey, who hIM been, managing "TilE BIO DRUG STORE nettle
apply by letter with full treatment truck gardener, with f
experience
particulars to national dances taught. the famous Hotel
Stage Champlain
dancing Prof. MacDonnell will treat and good at seed beds and N. Pharmacy, Bay and Ocean street, Jacksonville -
W. II. PETKRS and ballets of every deecriptln.Price a. packer ofomatoe Y., all the summer, will soon return to
absolutely guarantee to Kla. Do not the address
cure any disease *. forget -
Dayton, Fla. him at the above address. with which humanity afflicted. Florida to get hU winter hotel In shape : Gets Hughes' old and reliable
Apply *t ADVOCATK Tltu vllle.
for the coming rush. of tourist He will\ drug bu.la.*..

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m S EAST COAST'' ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 26, 1900. \

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: List of Registered Voters. Harrison, C WHeaton. W AHardee Summerlin B Seward Jas Precinct No. 21 :::Ser: -u.d.a Oc..i.Oc.: : Seed
I Hughlett W L A W Starling, M Sample A MSummerlin Austin, ))Douglas: Benson Louis
ford Hardee' G 8 J A Stetson F CHummerlin
Harrison A I Burk, N T Bell), J F.
'f' ------- Hardee It W Hammond O Smith 8 DTyler B A
Beck Geo (C Bemendefer C need .
California ) Best ofl
stock(no cheap
Tenneriffe
HolmesK B F M Tucker, W J Genuine Imported
]HindI' Wm ,
The following. In a list of the Registered !, A U J
Christensen .,
/ Christensen
l I' Hall A J Johnson K C Tucker O 8 'l'ucker.lkeW'nn. timonlala from large planters. White and Red 20o per ounce $3 per Ii.
1 Voters of the County of Brevard, Christensen I P Christensen A M
Onion Sets Bermuda, ready now. Wliiv,
1 Jarvis Win Jones S H J II White L B postpaid ready October 1st. ,
d Plorldu, as it appears after being revised Cbilstenken, L Dutten, G E 'a"iC $4.70 bushel Also White Potato, Yellow
postpaid per
Jones K F and Red : ,
N,,: by the County Commissioners of the Jones C B J 1> Precinct No. 1O Fransen, J W Hokensen, A quart Jsilverskln and Red send for prices. Florida Rye $2.40: p,'
It I Knight Egyptian, Top,
said of Brevard ax provided bylaws Jackson Hansen :N I) B
County Jones S
i' bushel. Florida <1)0? day Oats, DUcts
lifrlil for LI FrankLapnam Lundy Yancy Allen, W I Honker G V bushel. Georgia Rye *1.50:; per ,1""K
I of Florida. at a meeting pp. Jensen Peter Knudsen U
of said Hut Amos F Lapliam, A OMitchell Brown JnoBrownell Backus J O bushel. Texas Rust Proof Oats, /beets per bushel.
the purpose revising on Larsen II Nystrom J E
Tuesday, the 10th( day of (October A. Magruder, C B J K ,A 1COUll., d EDeSteuben. Nealson, Jail Orrell Jno M Send for price list of all kinds of seeds.
Mahafl'ey) M It Moore, A I Cook, M CEdwards T JKredrlckson
W. 1000 : Powers, A Petersen, P L. CAMERON Seedsman,
A W D P G
Mathis, May Middleton ,
Richardson, II L Robinson, P K
Precinct No. 1. Magruder, II J 1111 mil, KKMcNeal ) 1'I McLeod, M M Jas Falrweather D C Gluten Ell' T PPrecinct
Thompson -
Beck W A Brady A ---- -----
Olmstead M COllver, W I) Gore A I' Holmes James -- -
Boyd, JasBrown Hurl in, J A Paxton Joe Patterson W G Hardee, M Hardee, W 11 No. 22 GEORGE MARX. JOHN MARX.\
Chris Bowman, J E Porcher, E PPaine. Patterson, K II poke, It DHaney Hull! K F
Adklns J D Boboa W
Clmiidoln, W :N Carlile, A J ,
"I L LSetzno II Harris Burrel
J A Parker ,
J W Cavender Z 1VI.A. lESlROSi.
K BCockshutt.t' Care;
Carter A J Carter ,
I P Stephens, (IibbSehoonmaker I Harris, W II Ireland E A ,
J Cockuhutt T A J Call, T J Davis. S
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C Salmon( (1 Jensen, Jno L Johnson, J W
CoohhuUOUJ ('harnu.'rlalnJH Foster J E Glfford. Friend 0 Wholesale Dealers In
% Sanders J M Sims, J 8Slate. Kl'l'k. Jas S Kling H 1VLeTourneau Glffoid(
.' Colemnn Jj A II F Gray/J T
Cuyler Bently Singleton (i S W KTravw J II Lure, W WLawrence
Coward, John/ Clmudoin; / R Hughes, S T Hall Geo MKlolt' GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE,,
8 FThompson W II Elias
Taylor A A Jr Mather
W W ,
G L
Car I lie, Henry Frost her, AFeaster ; Keefer
J B F W
J C Miller Jno Miller
J'1' Erinls, J I) Terrell ; Keith, G W Lloyd, J
8 P Wood. O K Moore T V Mosier J W
': Frenaley, T R Gruber, A P Taylor, McCain, Wm A :Sears, Geo 131 and 133 Ka.t Ray Street and O and 8 Newnan Street
Williams. II 8 Williams E 8 Munch C II Murrey, J C
I Slater J E M
Gardner O B C W Slaughter,
firiggs.
Peter
Woolen J F Wright Mosley M Matson Jno E FLA.
JACKSONVILLE
Iterndon, Kufim Hansel), O C Stokes, E N Walker, E C
White, J J Warner, F 11 Olmstead J F Phillips II L Walker
K I JohnsnnSani Sam Walker, A

'II Herndon Kyzer Kyzer, E P 3 I. Kyzer, J 'ALousiana, Joe Wilson, J Precinct L Weinberg No. 5 A G Richards Peterson, N W C F Padgett Richards. J T!S E Weir Weiss, ,J II D H Wlgfield Walker,,David W H L ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES .IN THE CITY

F B
Richards! II W ](Richards!
j : Lee, Ely Mendel, Joe Adams, W II Bryan I) S Robinson O A Slmttuck, E J STATE OF FLORIDA I l lOUNTY'Or
'1 Mendel, J C Moye, ShrnonMyers Bennett, A Brown, Dan Sorenson, Jno Sapp, E W BRKVAKD. )fTl'rUItVILLK.I'I.A V.'e are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;
) L K Minm, B JJIIUroryz Boynton C C Burnes, T E Tousent, L U Wolf, Chas F Oct. 20, ]fN) ). guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want

: Matt\ R .. J M Prevatt McGuyre, E, J JPTCMCOttTO F Boyer, J OCoiier Cash, JaB Waters, J T Whitney IE I hereby certify that the above is ft your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial] and you will be pleas d.

K B F CarterJnn U Webb, 8 F Whipple, IIVllllamBonJ true and correct list of registered and MARX BROTHERS Jacksonville, Fla.John .
I Roberts JIJlny Roberts,, Phillip Dukes, Edward Dukes, C H \ A Winter J H qualified electors in Election DistrictsNos. nr.- We only Sell to Dealers
JimHlngleton, Strahan F 8 Reason W 11 II 0Il'a8on.O G Winter, E Li Young, E 1) 1 to 22 inclusive according to the ,
KM Warren JwWakelleld Gore, Jail EHodgson (Reason) Wm II Young, Martin books and tax lists on tile in by ofllce ..
J E M IiodgsonAlex It TOM JOHNSOS '
Warren, H : Wooteri V M\ Kitties J H Hodgson H U Houston,,Jno Supervisor of Registration.
Houston, Fred A Harrison J I. Chandler A L Connyers, I
Precinct No. 2 Hoehr Chris Hopkins J M Drawdy G W Drawdy G W, jr B. Stetson University!

,I Allen, Thos Baldwin B L (Hatch, E. F Hopkins JnoH..ndl'rlum.Jos Hair S AHenderson Holmes, H A FKEI2 BLOOD antI SKIN CURE -

Brown, It( .1 Brown W M Hopkins 'V CKltche11 A J Holmes, II
% Brown B F Brown J PBramilng. W O Klnnianl, N K; Harris Chas Knight M WMcLoughlln An Offer Proving Fattli.

.r Ballard W W / W S Lansing, C F Livingston It Knight C TMcLoughlln D L Ulcers eating sores, cancers, scrofula DELAND, FLORIDA.
I Bayles, Geo' Boye F 1j{ McFadden.MNear McDonald!, V Jno McLoughlin E Itching/ skin, scabs and scales of eczema,
.' Brady, E L Ul'l1cly.l. ABlanclmrd. ,, AlexOlmstead Nesbitt J Norman, J J Parker II L aches and palni In bonus, back or joints,
I Kobl.itt! K A R E Hit Ormond A W Padgett J T Raulerson U B syphilitic blood poison, rotten gums and .
Banknlght/ M BnesettJ T Otwellllr W Phillips, J II Itaulel'lonV' II Raulerson Jno cliroulo rheumatism and all obstinate, }WiA4F1'HfIAiGl i

,'I.\ .,. Bule, A W Urunnlng, L O Paddison, G F Ray Henry Roberts D I Swain R W deep-seated blood troubles are quickly .... .
Cobb, EllinCleveland. Cleveland, W A Koesrh, WmSimmons Simmons, A J Swain Jno M Swain, Thus M cared by taking a few large bottles of Sit O.e'
A 8 Collins, .! 8 J 0 Snell, J T Smith, M B Sloan, Dan Bolos ic Blood Balm. We challenge the .
Crabb O WCarllle.J Cleveland A Stewart' B J Stewart, E A M Sloan, WmStorman Sloan, AWoods world for a case of blood disease that .. .
: ; W Curtiss; C O Trontler, Wm Taylor 0 L F :M S J Bo tonic Blood\ Balm will not cure. The .'

Chatfee. F S Carroll 8 W Watts, 8 K Wajt.ABPrecinct Yates/ :N: cures are permanent and not a patchingup. .
: Crabb J I) CurrutflersJ L Young, C J 1'reclnctNo. 12 Is jour blood thin? Skip pale? All

i. Duren, G F 1)nvIs. J A No. 6.Aklns run down? As tired In the morning as ,
1, Do ". 1)1 ion, J M Lit Randall Brothers, W W Enos, J L Harris, Jas A Swollen glanda or joint? Catarrh? Put j !
])I'ppe. FrankDCIIenwood Egger J II J Butler E W Branch, E 1' Harris, Lewis Jones, 'I' M' rid breath? Eruptions? Sores In mouth
\ A English: M E; Benbow, J MBeaiijean Brannan, Max Jones W N Jones, J E or throat? ]f so, your blood Is bad. .5.,

Kdmondxon] Kd: Futch W F R W Badger V Jeffers, T W Jenkins, .7 T Blood Balm will make the blood pure I_ I
Furlong, W F fIHl'hl'rz.o F Baker H Brown, G MCampbell Prang F C (Poppel. F CReams and rich, heal every SOI'O. stop the aches j
I, Futcl1, arn Jo'lool1'LJD. A E Crosby TraCampbell C J Reams, W N anal pains\ build up tho broken-down
Farmer WFarerra /A Foster, Alex Conkling, OF C J F Roberts, J J Koberts, K (I body Hndilnvigorntes' the old und weak
F Fulton, Chas Downey N Jillurbrock C AEildsMO $tokel, l.es. .. lIS Botoiito Blood Balm; the only pel foci For Both Sexes." This Scholastic rear? Began

I Fries, J O Gardner. 0 AGoklemith : ( Fee Fit Precinct No. 1H blood pit) Ifler/ made. Hold at drug stoma, October-3rd. Send for Catalogue'
J P Goldrtinlth, M\ Ford, 8 l' jr Jlhl)8, S }<' f *l 00 pAr Inure bottle,'I nclmllngcompletediieclious. ,

I Green JouGmk.O (Goldsmith F Goode. A J Graven, O E Angell, F limner A L To prove our faith In Blood College, Academic :Normal, Art and Music Departments. Large commodious
A Goldsmith, W E: Ooode, It W llenryJnohunter ( Blown, flax P B.iMwIn, A A Balm; a trial bottle luglven n"ay to suf- .
GiKer S D Gibson j Win J) linlnlin, W B Carter, AU. Chambers, T H ((II'en. For free trial bottle, address Dormitory buildings, with perfect sanitary arrangement/ artesian water; etc, insuring -

t Gladwin, Ii N Gaulden D i. Lyman, A E Llpscomb, 8 T Chambers, Archie }Footman N Blood Balm Co., Atlanta! Ga Don't perfect healthfulness ; buildings heated by steam throughout ; faculty of 22
Gray, 8: F Olbsol, JI' A Lockwond, I. D )Minor J M HlHcuck V Hughes, II K hesitate but wttte at once describing
Gibson, AndrewHamilton lloiiHton( J F Miller, U B Martin HMMcFadden Hall, A V ;Munson, F WShepple trouble and free personal medical! advice trained and expel iencsd_ teachers. Send for.Catalogue containing Information.
Martin Chas,[ R T N J A given. Blood Balm; (IJ. B. B '
II Hagg.llL; ( Page, 0 ) cines Address. "J. F. FORBES, ,,President.H. .
Hunter, G H l Holton.HH i iJ. McBride, C'I' Morgan)\ K A Tuttle, Jst* Ulilch, FilizWlttfeld. when all else falls. Thoroughly tested .
Hampton In Ion, J T Stewart' H Peek, I. .A White, J II P II for :JIO years. Over 3,000 voluntary 'lestlmoninU !- ------ -_. ---- --- '. --,
:r Had ley. A lll'ks1' B Snedeker H 0 Stone J H Win feld. Win Wrlghr, GibbWiigner of cures using: B. B. B. Sold by
West TO Wittfleld, W W We E C L W B. U. Wilson & :Son, druggists. June01 -
I Hendry, W N Hall, E. W they, ., :A. HODGES...: ,, .. .
Ii' Holmes, H 1> Jones M 8 W
) Precinct No. 7 Precinct; No. 14 -"* ';
Jones, .1 U J 01ll'1I.1; H j jr We would rrither'' hair; to drive e :Manufacture of "ij; j a
W H Arnold], W P Arnold, K B Bergman, F Uel'/zmau/ Theo
Joyner, It W Jones, horse!' which balks once In while than ..Cypress and Yellow Pico/Lumber.
Jlbb.. W F Knox, W K Rultou. C W Bralnard. L K Carter, J Hafo Cleveland 0 one which persists! In getting Its. tall .. ..
Kline, Julius Idles Kd U Urn I mini, L G Coinstot-k, F WChrlstensen alla8, J Field, Jnt RJl'leld.1I over the lines In fly time and holding/ I lto ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.:
1 A O J Field Jacob :II
Kittles, S: A Loeley K A / : ,
I.ymnn J Ij .MeUtfar, 1n ()onkll nJrl', D II Damon G W Gurney I. It Hawkins Pat there. Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges' or building 'In
,
I .... of Id do
I Florida won well to write for
part
.y prlci The mills locatedat
s. saw
Myers, JnhllIu1l0w\ It I- Forrest- M !Starek', II[ C Harpel'. F I' IInmphrleR, ASKb are
Morgan, F A Maxwell W H Schuyler. W Svedolinn. Ernt'stWlu.hbollrll \ Jno Lapham, J We nnw n few days !IIl"! (* 40 nl't.PI' I Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lnmher delivered to any

t MlfkU-r J J K: \Mobley, M T G WYowell Wells, W I) LaRoche F \V I.IIHoo"e, It J of good corn goln;: to market In one :part of the East Coast.<* Address: II. A. HODGES: .;Buffalo:.t... j Bluff Fla.

Mauls, K K: jr Matherson, J 4' II C Lol'uche, R U La Ruche, D J 20 ton car. Instead of oorn.: however.it ---.-- -- --- .- e.,
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M Phi-roil, J T Norton, S J Precinct No. 8 Mope, A RMlot funs :22 z: tine tit steers who had eaten ,' .
Nelson N 1 I' Norwood, W 3 J R Nesbitt. D 8t CReed up HIP cnrnrkld.! KSTAIlLISIIEn 1880. C ,
,l'S' rl' Norwood B AOHban Nichols, / Braddock, W 0 I1ralhloek C. jr Jno Heed, Jno ESchuyler
i J W O'Boyle, J F! Braddock, G A Byrd, 8 J G 'V SamlO, 111 8 Bond :
f>OHlmn J M I'rltellardJaa1'ritchard / Buie, H F Cnin, l) Same. Job II Same, W BSnms .Lumber 'Co*.
I). B. Pyles II B Foster KFowIkJ ; Foster F .J U Sanders, 'V n T1MELIftThe M f.
,t IVlccJ '1' IVacuck, M L Ii E Gibson, D P Sanders T IT Sanders, T SSmitbe Manufacturers "
of and Dealers ,
Groves J A Gore J K ; In 1
I'ennyA It Pyles.K It WmSymmes./ 8 BSimmas ,. .
pc Peoples Goo Reed. C F. (Gibson Quinn (Gore, W M Butler, Sweeney Geo K .1\\ ',
KobbIii.G M Rice, I K 11 Howard, U B Ilardee.lt (I Sanders. 0 B Thomp""n, M LUMBER;," 'LATH, SHINGLES FLOORING; SIDING CEILING
JUuxI.-g, K WKI Rand, T E llnnlee, K A Hardesty F Van8loenbel'g. B Whaley E 31 father? ,

1 I, <-eKR: Horevrn, J B Hunter Fit Vague.10. Whitlock, A J Whitlock Fred Gone forthedoctor. Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
Stewart A A Stewart A Hall, u B halt[ KKroegel ., and
Product No. triA The >, Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence. .
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I ( Stewart\ 0 K Simoirfton, JonScrinlgeour lrojCl'l.l'liul G .
I H C Hehuyier, 0 S Kitchen, Syl Kitties G K: Bonecke, Henry Chandler; \f ECarington mother? ,Alone Saw, Pl.inlng''and. Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T, & K..Ws R'y.; ,Yards at
ft Shirley H JHinltli Hnowden, J HHcoble Kroegel)\ A 0 Kitchen Stanley Chas Drier, II AGulbronson with her suffer- DeLand and Tltusville. .J", V .

... UH: G W Lawson Ivey Lowder, W ALight Kberwiue Jno G ing child.
Tucker, Jesse J Tucker, J Tom Lane, W.T FritzMiehael Hogau, Jno II Honeywell C P "
t Titus, H T 'I'Itns,1' BVonKoppi'low: S K ]Moore L C Hood, J T Johnunnen, A Wilithedoc- FOR $3' 20 .. ;< J.\ '

Van landingharSG BJ r Morrow, Jas .-Matchett, J W Klein, Frank King NPenny tor' never I . "':f ,.
.a VIIIIJandlnltlll\ln.WJ: Walrttcln. It J Park, C I, park II J Peterson W C N NPraetorlus come ? '
,i XVilHon, B It Webber, Natli 1'urk. Simon Roberts, K L Penny N 0 'V ItQuarterman Whenthere Sent to us by Express, pORtOtRC order or New York Exchange: we will
.
,; Wajjer. E UVatllon., J K Kulfner W )D Sample, 1> ItUunderwoodWP O A Quarterman, G Mbturk .. send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID .. .r' S .
Woodward, W MWnlkop \ Webber, J JI Weeks, W :S QuartertnanO A, jr Jim L Is croup in FOUR FULL QUARTS
J J R Willis, Jou Precinct No. 9 Schuyler, O de GTntcn Simmons W 0 t: : the house ,
Willing C H Wetmore T T L G Wilson Henry 4.. you can't ", '
Webb, F J Wlllalmn, N HWlngate Anderson, Wm Andrews, W P Wilson F M the doc- Of the Celebrated S 'I o.Year-Old : 1-i
1 Walker, W R Jr !, A M Andrews, J E Burney, M C ." get
O AWiUon.A Wilson, J I' nt''k. J F Bell, J S Precinct No. 10 tor quick enough. It'stoo Calhoun

I t K Brown K L Devil! J 1' Campbell B W Crook, T R dangerous to wait., Pure Rye Whiskey

t Precinct No.3 Brown W W Baker Campbell W D Fetch, Henry Don't make such a mis-
Brown G F Bencher W W Grlflls J W GrltHs L '
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Alexander, Chits Black H S Bronson II G Bevill)), d Grlfti, M Griftis, A iiiGriffis take again!: ; it may costa ment.w.. Rhlp when In F'In:PLAIN get It PACRAOES and tent It, ..t no It marks Is to Inc1f..ate eontAnta (which wlli avoid all com
Bentel, J AdamChester U..al. B FChancey Bryant, h M\ Burke H B L, jr Grills J M life. Always keep on 3.ao: will. be cheerfatly retunded. This not WhlMkpy.at..toctury I.a'ltoo.1, return as. 'It$5 at 00 OUR EXPENSE fu the:! market suit..,
Geo K: J J Bryant, J 8 Bans. W JCarlton Hunt, Geo Holmes ViItoeck hand a dollar bottle of ware inrg hn.ln..o a' band In this jl"lye YOn UICKERIHI.IVERY than any goods ". ba..e.
i lJullllllln.HJ Fa her, Albert Cobb P P L L U J Jackson A .'ONSI8IL1TY ASO" 4-'iy-nnaitiie.anieptan.lfor'o'0" over 15 YEARS,nand cc to our RE*
Fuller, Win E Faber C I. Cook Olonzo Carlton, I) S Nauman, Chas II Nauman, Ed II the edItor ot this paper dealing,.we refer you to any merchant here or to

}'lIteh..A Jr Hatter, 3: 1) Coats J G Carlton W W Nollie, O Watton, II AYQTS SOLOMON '& .
I I ]Holmes G W IlendrySnellJoyner Carlton Ruben Castle, Sid Watton, Wm LEVI
I J J \Mathers. A :N Cook J J P Chase, T J P e 1028 A 1030 First Avenue
Mathers, J R McJunkln, G A Cross, W BDittmar Carlton Chas Precinct No. 18 P. O..Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM ALA

I I N Icholll, C (. Robinson II A C Dickey, J 11 Eldred L S Frantz N WHamor QherrIPeetoral NOTICJIW.!
I ltobinaoT.t ItanlerxonEliaa, Davis, WDaniels Davis, W B Front., W L A II : PANY," h..ltol'olntaon pay Express lines 'hUll"ot to all points/ reH..hed by 80UTHERX EXPRESS COM
:Sharp, W H Swlnson,.K.: (1SI"II'ortl M B 1)c>llew, L A Moore, C S McCarty C T Southern Express Company tran.ten other to bid Express other Companies Express we prepay only to point. where.
I. WVVIlHOII Stahl GussWilson David, 8 A Edge, .\. P Rawllnson W C :Saeger, G A Compan
kitwrt Jno H Edge)\ Eddie Flitch, D I. Saeger/ ,A E Manger/ W KTancre I
Precinct No. 4Ambrose "'orll. A A Fisher J M Taurman* T A W II CKASZ7::
Gray, J T Goodwin, W F Waller, Jno N Walker, W T t cures the at I & OO- ,
;M! Allen, A Greek J W Godfrey, R 1Vliootnagle croup BIT ate w. Ray at.. JACKSONVILLE '. 'FLA.
Arnold Ed .\nelren V A N Head, Richard Precinct( No. 11* once. Then when any I

Andrew.* \, 8 Almond, J l> HendryV'A. Hendry, A A Hertlesen Peter Herndon, Jaa M one in the family comes .
Breese! E M Bell Tom J F lInY8l',-\V 'I' Hanlee, F. BHendry Jorgensen/ L Latham C F down with a hard coldor I
Bowers Brrtdv Booth, W KItensley Harvey H H J C Johnson Henry cough few doses of
l!{ ]Brown Joseph} T HI| Harris, W HHogg Heart GSHenderson:: Miller. E H Nt'lsonO a I
JJoYt'ttOl Bracco, Chilli'lIlIova.A A Y W ; W It Nelson, Peter Nuckols, II F the Pectoral will cut
( J Cantine'r, B IloustonOeoC Jennings! :S: W Rainey, J E Smith, RTWalker short the attack at'once.A .
Covar, K II (1ojCgln. C.J Jones W T Jamison W Williamson!, Joe W R, sr 25 cent bottle will curea
Cliilds, Sam Cooper, J I' Keen, J H Keen, Jas J miserable cold the SOc.
Collins, G .0 I II Chi) tun. L Killer C A Klopp, II J Precinct No. SJO ;
Creek in ore I Oonts, J S Kreamer N C Lewis, A J Booth J A Carson JnoCarpenter size Is better for a cold f"
4 Crosby! j Coleman, WmDanleln Lennard, 1.1 W Lowry A B Creech R C SChaulkner that has been hangingon. pr .ri' ''a

4 Cook O K. Iinch, BLlnville Lee, CliaflMerrlwether J :s Campbell T A tier I.. Mlur .... M ..... r
Dunn Edwin L T H U J B Casper, Jno LCasper Clark, A "Aboae25).n ago I cane near
Dasher, \VDixoDA VyulIex : Morgan Lee May, J OMichael ,C II Ennis, J :>f dying with; conionuitlon. bat WM
curved with ATM'
8 Dixon A ZDizon Messer! W I> J C Ensey, G F Milliard, B J .1....*which tlm.I ba".l""IAJft"'I.. F
It L Dixon W }' Matherson I. Milton E A I Ills tie, Jus A Jones, SebeMcMillan mMltainM. In the house. ana rvuum-
A Kd wards, G B Eyer H C McDonald Alonzo Nelson, Chas Lyman J R P A mend them to all MATIIIIWHOf m) ,.,..,....."
C.D.
Forkner, J J Fisher Fred Olmstead C I' Paine, 'I' I. Osteen S A Provost, E R Jaa.16,1899. Brt.tol'Vt.
Fish N M Frey John Paine Jail' I Mat to, Clyde Provost, C D Ragan, W JItagan
Frank W G GoodwinFOtngraesG 1'lattrV II Reynolds, It SItusrell / J R Ramsey, D A MxnplAlnt Writ th.waauur Doptor. and If Ton d.htr*ir**any th* L ---- S
GingraeeGco Jas AKaulerson Uaull"l'8onLM" J Stewart C L Stewart, R B b*.t.Dedl..1 a.uic*.writ &D. doctor

Gaudy, J F Glen, PeterGelger K B Roylance, F ,Sams. II U Scott S J W tr..F. Add.aaDr..a,C."'1'."Low.ll.) ..*. mM *XCar ?-- jfj
It L Gore J K Summerlln, E C Storman, J B Sellers Lon Thlgpeo, C
i Hatch, A L hatch, a N Summerlln:: E C jr Si ken, J W Warner, 0 W Four Full Quarts Delivered for $3.20:




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Professional Cards. I>TT.rf R..... Rape.The .
A NATIVE FERN.
cut shows! n single plant of -- Blighting

M. BOBBINS Dwarf Essex rape as grown by a Mon. SCROFULAIii
Valuable For UvrorntU PwrpuUaTkruaah
GEO. tana farmer' who has had wonderful eke Summer.Native I < J Disease Of

success with It He regards It as one
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELORATLAW. ferns do not as a class adapt

of the greatest! forage plants known. themselves to Indoor ('UI1l11'but for tnAnvrviipccts Scrofula and Consumption ant alike ; the develop from the "same .-

He cut It three times the first seasons decorative purposes through the summer era! CHUMS, both are lierrdilarv and del} ! Will practice in State and United States for feed and the second season secureda : months uothlng surpasses some of .1 povished blood supply. In consumption Ihediseatte. fastens itself u

; Court. fine yield of first class seed. onr common species not only lu actual the lungs ; in Scrofula the glitnda. of the neck an
Office at TITUBVH.Z.K FLA. Rape has been widely cultivated In but lu IOUItJ"Mtlv'n..M" p the eyes are inflamed and weak ; there ploaslng ) .
s tbe United States and Canada. Recent beauty of the -...,". bones ache, anti white swelling", freuuentlv' a result, cunning the diseased bone. to work oulhrollth
i of the fronds
The firm texture ,
reports Indicate that Its area of usefulness the skin, producing ituleserilwMe puiu and siijTering. Cutting away n I sonor diseased gland: does 110
L. GAULDEtf spkllum! tribe renders several members t> S! good ; be blood law iaoned.. The old scrofulous taint which ha* probably L't>ln,' down through several
D however might be made to extend 1
/ of the family especially good for i generations has polluted every drop of 1>Ux>d.
'lit- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, more largely to the west and this purpose. A well developed plant '':\ '' ;!II(),' Scrofula requires vigorous, pcrstatrnt trentnient. The Mood must IK brought buck to a healthy
'' Will prectie.In northwest. By the use of Irrigation -1 t' t" .. condition before the terrible diverse can l he mopped! in IN. work of destruction Mercury, potash andother !
r' all the Conns of the State t
".;- 01 Florida. and the'United States Courts. ; ;;; ". : poisonous' minerals usually given in ouch CUM do more harm then. good ; they ruin the digestion
1.O Box,235. T1TU3V1LLE, FLA. x '" and leave the system in worse l't"IiiOIlhllll, betore.
i S. S, S. is the only medicine that can reach deep-neuted. blood troubles like l'rnfullIt ROCS down to the very root of
Money to Loan. 18 the disease old forces every vestige of poison out of the blta.d. S. S. S. ia the only purely vegetable/ blood' purifier known.

1i4M I The root and herbs from which it IM. made contain wonderful blood purifying properties.., w hick:: no|1'.I.n. however l owerf ul, can,

M GOLDSMITH I long resist. S. S. S. HUmuUtf.* and puiiftVs the Monti, mcreu.ie" the \
; ; isAVE THE CHILDREN.appetit aid. the digestion' and restore health. and strength to the
enfeebled i""Iy.! if von have reason. to think von have Scrofula or
Ii ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, your child his inherited any blood taint, don't wait for it to develop! but begin at once the line of S S S U is/a fine tout.'and the

t : best blood 1 jmruier and blood builder known, oj it contains no jioitionous. minerals. 8. S S, i is pre > n for
TlTUSVILLK FLORIDA. Children

When tnvdnuahterws.nth.f.bitshehadasever.came of Scrofula, fur which he w*>tinder. the.con t'alaneeRrrnrhr.u o.
J; ; 'inn.lormore lhantwoveen. ahew..war.ealtheendofthat i ttnchowreersnd
q F.J; WEBB, '%re lmnit ilc.iMttr.d of her lite. Afewbolllr.efewit't'aapectheeuredhertompletelvasiteentnllo '
: |ro direr. !lu tilt.,. "in-rof lite trouble. t tin m>t Ix-llevr" It hm mi e<|iliil for Miilthnrn t.....ei.of nlaud. Which are b.yollh.. power of oilier tornlleil blood .........11.... 1'1' I. IIHOOKH, Munllcello: < i;.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW :- ,
,
"* Our medical department is in charge of experienced physicians who have mode .
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th Scrofula 1(111)hl'r blood! diseases. a life Mudy.V rite them about vonr case. ',. or any one r 1'
t. Circuit. Taxes paid for non-reMdents SINGLE PLANT OP DWARF ESSEX RAPE. you are interested' in. Your letter will receive prompt and carctul attention.Ve make

and rents and accounts collected. excellent crops of rape cnn be grown In A FI.NR NATIVK FBICT.' BO charge whatever' for this. "> AdtlrraaTHE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA. GA.

the semiarid regions and It will withstand .-
Tir0srtLi.K, FKOKIDA. carefully taken up and potted In light
quite severe drought If well cul- soil with good drainage may be counted INDIAN RIVER.What tIt
tivated. It makes an excellent feed .Har"d Senis
-' D. PENNEY, on to hold Its own for two monthsat
A for fattening sheep) mid 1 U a valuable In bounty and
often Increasing
!least, it Lover of Indian River, Now li.
food for lambs at weaning time.
young .
.
, always In delicacy.For
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, nape will endure quite severe cold all around purposes Aspldlumuplnulosuni Italy 8>tv. of Thin Far-.. "iiiil It IvorKilttur .

TlTUSVILLB FLOnlDA. weather and sheep can be pastured on var., Intermedium (Gray), ; 1ast t Count Jvornte[ : takes keen common sense, ,

'k It late Into the winter until the snow Is. 1 think the best of nil. fop fine Ar we dreaming, or have wo really added to superior judgment and

: Will practice in all the courts of tho 7th covers It upThat quality bounty of do ltfn and. rlob color seen dear old Indian Ulver again? After experience, to be superintendent ofa

Judicial Circuit. are eminently flmrncterlstle. says 11corresiiondent seven >eiiiH'\nhtifiicu, we li.ivo untilliebeantit'iil .. railroad. Such a man never recommends .
1 Ainerk-au iinnleulnff. plctine for tho gallery of .memory anything that he has not v
The moon rising majuHiloiklly over
A. MORGAN In which this fern Is Illustrated., himself subjected to crucial test.
FREDERICK* the peaceful Liver, ohluinir through at
AIDWoenen A. gplntiloBiini III enslly uprooted "pl'nlnlhllt/ I bellovo. our lunlullI'lcl\d, prominent railroad superintend.'r >kant

REAL EiTATE AND INSURANCE often with the hands alone-and to dipt, :.sliaipe, iiirnnged on pniposofocncli living at Savannah Ga., In '> ,

tuck the root well up under one's arm, I Illuminations (for It wan that lovely which city he was born says he 'a
Notary Public. holding the elbow toward. the> buck BOaa point on Indian River our plctine wits.
feels better than he did and
ever
Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. to keep the trends directly In the found). The swaying/ graceful KloiUImoHH v
i be had the worst case of dyspepsiaon
all wulconuul\ puaily gleams unt
collector's wake l 1M. lifter as easy
TirusviLi-E, FLA. im rolling oft a Ion.! preen collectors It WAS HO brlJht.,evl'I'Y leaf: of oak showed! record. lie had no appetite and

distinctly, and lust a duplicate b low. the little he ate disagreed with him
snake a Had mlHtnke In holding a promiscuously ,
A. WORLEY Ie now, loaded basket In trout of It my ruuollectlon! or .It'ea'm-whlch. causing him to vomit: often. He
GEO. ,
ever It bo-BUIWM mo true our
theumelves while getting out of the friends mill ariangod a grand concert. had pains In the head, breast and

ATTORNEYATLAW.General woods. Where a basket la 'essential the such us iiiUuro only can produce-nc stomach but after using three bot /

practice In Stato and Federal ordinary treatment, fronds l should always be turned one fin no other oichoslia but on thin |11111'110' ties of P. p P. be felt like a new ti

Courts. All business entrusted will fails to relieve painful way. ular liver could! give. A kindly /K:outh man. He says that he feels that he
receive prompt attention. emu welcome was nccoided on our arrival '-
General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate periods. A Ills Apple Year Riprrlvd.According and then follows In rapid. sitccusnlon could live forever if he could alwaysget

Miami. LytJIa E Pink- to the government crop one plunmire, after anol hCI'. ')nr P. P. P. His name will be given ,

MIAMI, FLORIDA. TIJoJ'know report the average condition of the beautiful orange grove, made us quit I on application to Itlppman Brothers. the
,," s Vegetable Compound apple crop on June 1 was exceptionally vain. 1 remember lhe NeiiHatloo of rlllally! proprietors of this great remedy.

ANDREWS, g will 'and does and favorable, the whole of the 14 seeing It again and caused me to renew Dyspepsia In all its form. is promptlyand "" I
JAMES allegiance\ I Indian River mid "i. _
to our
1 has than other states having 3.000.00O or upward apple my )
more
ATTORNEYATLAW.Main any grove after It had sntTeied the "chilling' permanently cured by P. P. P. General pvJ f
medicine, trees In hearing at the last census, experiences of the past arose like Hop Debility and lack of energy give place to vim and ambition throughthe
office and P. O. FLA. condition above and most
TIBBALB reporting a -
and Faith, typical of the Imlomltabl use of P. P. P. Blood Poison and all Us incidental and hereditaryills
Office open at Ft. Pierce ou 2nd and 4th Every woman knows of them considerably above-their ten American spirit as exemplified! by the
eradicated P. P. P. Rheumatism is conquered and banished
Fridays of each month. about Mrs' Plnkham's year averages. The condition In New people of 1I'101'1da. are by

Notary Public State at Larger r' modlolnom York, 100, was the highest reported I bring away with me most I interesting by P. P. P., as are also Catarrh and Malaria. P. P. P. U purely vegetable -

from that state. In 13: years and 12 accounts of eaily Florida HTe-Hi hardships compound which has steadily grown in favor for years.

Every woman, knows points above the average. Kansas also prl vat/ Ions, struggles and successes; BOLD DV All_ DRUOQIST3.LIPFMAN .

STEPHEN E. FOSTER, some woman Mrs. Pink- reports' 12 points, PennsylvanIa 11, also intermingled with the recitals of BROTHERS, ..RO.RJ.ViaN! IIr.OCK. Savannah Ga.PLANTSYSTEM .
the red man, so rapidly disappearing,
i
Maine 10 Virginia and Michigan 13.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ham has cured. from the Everglades, told by one wily'
North Carolina 23. Illinois 0, Missouri
hlld recent occasion to visit them. .
Rooms 420 and 4'2D Gardner Building But nine women, out often 0, Ohio and Indiana 0, Kentucky anti having. ; a mental camera, among my -

JACKSONVILLE FLA. put off getting this reliable Tennessee 4 points and Iowa 1 poInt snap-ehoin' Is one of nn Angel( of Mercy. I

remedy, until'their above their respective ten year aver one who hud ndulstvivd to the ..h'k. and :
Of the remaining states and territories attended not only her own family but 'I
SAMUEL: T. "1I4YLfJR, OOUDOK R. ROOOIII c.: health is wrecked ages.
nearly with all their diversity of soil also! gave:/ of her strength and skill to all

SUAYLOR & BROOME by experiments or neglect and climate all but some half tlozen who, were sulTetlng Another Is Otis -

IThen have the promise of more than an who HO skillfully ti eats the prennnt maadlui .
ATTORNEYSATLAW.Will of our time, that he has won I he The Great Through Car Tine from Florida.-Connections! ITo

practice In all the Courts of the they write to Mrs. average crop.Anicnat ." hearts and faith of those to whom he the East via all rail. The Atlantic Const Line via Charleston Richmond

State. Office In Law Exchange. Plnkham and she cures Trlmmln ministers -burely a crown must await \Vnnhlngton.. The Southein ]Railway, via Mavannuli' Columbia: I '
There In a time In August or early InSeptember the family physician. The "pboos"follow anil Washington
of .l'
but
thorn ft
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. course one another so rapidly; the III tIc if 0
takes longer to do so.Don't when fruit trees need trim- daughter In a lovely gulden who To the West The Northern Icy via Jcsup, Atlanta Chattimoogo.\ : Tho L A 'I'' ,
wing, expuclnlly young/ ones that are will >r vII The t.tluthel'll vln Havannuh Columbia I
birthday cake we hope' grow every, Moutgoirieiy. R'y ,,
T7 W. CRAVEN, delay getting help If making so much'wood they do not
DENTIST. you are sick. fruit buds. Cut them back after balmy "'lo..lellair., making a homo for the East via Stnnmslilp. VII Savannah! and Ocean N H <<<:'n, for New York, i j
the second flow of sap Is partly spout. loved ones to join him : the retired .schoitnachnr viaHavannAli and I
Site has million I. I'l.iin.ioiphinnn.l llonton. Merchants A Miner
Castle Hall, 111 West Forsyth Street. helped a It will develop fruit buds and fruit who will still I keep the love or 'frimspnrtatlon Coni|>uiy for huh Ii Inure.ru I

women Why not you ? blossoms for the following spring./ If his or her pupil Among our trophies are Key Wont. and Ilitvnnii, vlal'ort'rniripa" and I'linlnsnlar, A Occidental/ Steamships 1

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. cut too early new wood will grow r'loiMa m,,"" to drape our Itall.in home TIJ! Nova Scotia! Cape) llretnn sod Prlnre Kdwitids: Island\ via Ilostun and Canada,
will stark If collections of llowers. with which wo and Plant line for and 1 Charlottetown
while a little later It not tile Atlantic Steamship Halifax Ilawkusbury .
were presented, with warm courtesy I
W. ALLEN, The Largest and Most Corn.plate"Establishment you find you have cut too early, cut I
GEORGE of our neighbors( along Indian River! q
South. again./ Pear treea will sometimes keep Many are pressed. and go to prove I wa "V'VJJSrTEJrt. TOUrt.JSTS TXOX: ETS 1\\

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, on /growing for years without fruit. not dreaming, and will often recall tile will be on sale throughout the Northern Eastern Western and Southern State to ."

KEY Wjssr FLORIDA. GEO. S: HACKER & SONMANUFACTURERS Head them In severely In August-not odor the garden, the tipple of the wave nlI KI.OK1UA ILI'"..-;OiL In, via the IMitiit Mystetn, during the sniiMon! of 11100.1001\ \ limited 'It I '
cutting away all the fruiting wood of the bountiful river, and which will to return until M11r.J1"t.: with liberal stopover pilvlledgcH l In Florida. I.
Will practice In the United States' and} they often respond the following also bring In vivid remembrance the AiMrrKsus. of ( north sent. to the undeislgnpd will be liberally supplied 1 .

and State Courts. 9jun05T season with a. crop. Root pruning may kind congenial filend who accompanied I with Information and hnmlsnme advertlxlng innlCcr.P. I. '

l do It. though, not lit) sure a remedy.Summer us, and the faithful lob who made all M. Jolly I Dlvlnlon' l'as.OngorAgent./ I L )

O. FRIES, C. E. + ll lll pruning U when you can possible. One of Kngland'ii greateelthen MH West liny St., Actor Block, Jacksonville, Fla., !
l hits In his. garden. the grave of 111.beloved j
Shape your tree or bush and make It an. B. W. Wrenni'itssengerTralliaManager o li. ,
SURVEYOR.Land horse, who ha shared l his dan .Snvanniih : I
COUNTY
you like It or make a fruit tree fruit One line of the epitaph on the tntlet I I Ij
gers. W. B. DENHAM ( '
legally; surveyed and sub-divided + fit If It doesn't want to.-Charles Black eiecixl, to his memory In: 'Ile,hunid I lenernlSuprrintendentMavannnhIs.' \ j

Mapping: neatly done. Estimates for Now Jvrsey. share the honors of that gloiloun. day." _. _. _. -
all kinds of engineering; works. Disputed r Ob that Immunity everywhere would I
,
lines a specialty P..... Yellow. recoitnlzu anti acknowledge the debt of PAIJLO BY THE SB.iJ Ir] IrY'.

TITUSVILLK Brdvard Co., FLORIDA. bellows l Is a highly contagious Incurable grnlltnda: we owe .pur most faithful .

-....... disease' of tbe peach. Trees friends, our dog and our horse. I IKloilda Turnouts of all descriptions I1 /8AUDLK! HOR3KM<< :: I;/ ",
S. BURNITAM M. D.SURGEON' .. ft" ,.... affected with It should be destroyed at ought to be famous as a summer Is r '

N. the earliest, possible moment by up- result, for It was! certainly cooler : 11AOUAOK: Transfer I
than the North, whore I left our dear v
OF rooting and digging! them out and burnIng I'
and SPECIALIST school chum of at his homeIn
,
years ago
roots trunk and branches Including TRAPS, nA Ur.INO. Etc.
Doors Sash Blinds Lawrence, lIla....., at hO::( a. m, on II'I
Ear, Nose and Throat. fruit on site. No remedy save that I
Friday, arriving the next Friday evening;
SURREYS, T l Wm. WILKINSON,
has proved successful. Dragging diseased lit 8:10: ) at our wigwam! In the Adi run- J
WEST PALM BKACH, FLORIDA. Moulding & Building Material : tree or branches through an darks, ha.lua'Itlned these remcinbrsnoe LAUDAU.S Proprietor '
i
orchard will Infect healthy trees. and "dune" about :2,800 miles.Yon : i
-If you are In search of bargains, Office; Warerooms King opposite Late summer and fall are the most 'I
VICTORIAS Pablo Reach Fla.
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Cannon StreetCharleston
read the ADVOCATE columns carefully. favorable times for detection<< ./ yellows I:
of the .
may ding Danube
S: C. bY'BYUlPtows of fruit and twigs.' With Its famed azure tide !

"HOW TO DO BUSINESS 'Thesv are: 1. I'remature ripening of Or the old castled Jtliloe, 'i,

Sash Weights Cord and the fruit which Is highly colored and Where legends\ Abide; YirginiaHomesYou

OB TUB: spotted and has the flesh marbled with The Tiber and Arm .

Secret of Success In Retail Merchandising, rt..... 2. Premature unfolding of winter And swift" flowingl'o,
Hardware. .
buds 3. Abnormal development of Full of beauty and myth "
-By OEO. N. :\leLEAY.The .-
new buds In the trunk and branches, In their historloglow; w.avwww.e.v.w.e learn all about I.and '
PrwtlpaJ. and Valu- Virginia ,
:Stout Comprobensive and the Sf 4
| The Thames belne.
able rreatiiie on l iimne..., .and How to IIlIee"" Window 'and Fancy Clasp which grow Into slender, sickly lookIngIIboots.Oblo And yet farther nn Uuadalqulver v It. resources, products mode of cut :.
!
fully I>i It, ever pulilUhwI.A
text iHHik of practical! hints, rule and examples A SPECIALTY. Station. Tim Tagus and Main, t3' y tlvntlon! prices, etc? by rending tile

|how of old inch awl rare experlenrecl.value that cannot everyone hut, no derive matter Yet fairer than all, Indian Hirer. ( rr' YAIb\ Vlrginlal-'anner. Send loots. Mt,I
A. Good Collvelloii of Ilo...
abltOlllte and positive value froiu Ith _bln *- YEARS' :Mississippi. the monarch of all, ) for :3 months. subscription to the
It band book and BO At the ftr.c..ummf'r' exhibition of the
while to the young novice |9i a \
treasure of ln :l8 Grand Agents Wanted. Full Suwannee of whom Divas sing,
Agent' ontnt. Including:the tt hook. on receipt York city, among tbe Perpetual or Remontant St Lawrence, with waters so green, -- ---

of line fl.. 1'0IItl'all..n Book *BlU to rnoelpt every ol.d1 a A.luIrese a all -roies, which formed tbe bulk Columbia Wisconsin, _

JfcFrKltaOXJACKSON of the exhibition the familiar old 1'.- And bright Merrlmac, t
315 Doarboru itreet. Chicago, 111. rlf"tltf.u'h! 14 Anna de Dlesbacb vonoectlcutt, Ohio' '

Y Captalp Christy. Fiber Holme General None beauty lack.
U- As an advertising/ medium no Penobsrot, Mohawk St. Clair I Illw.3'
Gabriel Lul-
Jacqueminot ilme. sF
paper on the East Coast can beat theADVOCATE. TRADE Ma/tas Old Delaware of charm are not ueaith; ps :
a trial advt., DESIGNS' set Magna Charta and Paul l\ eyron.,
Give
us &C.Anrne St. Johns, with its verdue uo lair,
and be convinced of the pink paper'. ndlne a.SMeh Co.YRiGHTS and d..enptinn m.rgnlutly greatly. predominated though about But Indian Klver Is fairest on earth. ebepflatb..od

worth. : :.grann our pUMOI.hl ep000n; 1r.e.. (wh..h.rnInvenuee 'awmontm.tan. all ,I1M varieties 'boted In American, II,.. M. N. MAIITI (ban .., sdg
is p..hbIP eafaiopueswerg' ,Sown. If one should *l half a. muob. ;
ennad.oU.l Ilannhnnk on ".t thai oolr e
BlEStAI madly .. 'ur_ ....,....... GlolrelLbAMJs Florence Italy. fresh ..d
.
sent fee. 0101. t e".n..y fl,5 t'* Paper. ;
Marriage ... ,
Pubu.A.t p..n'. 1&10. through Mann <: ree.lvqap.eW.oga and addressB.W.JEROME! Always. .. Aar
rot catalogue price
in thJliwricatu ecieatile both wblt, the latter with
ThOMUiU of sdverttaew 1 eelee wttkout Cherie. -Impure water Is the cause of much F.rrY DO others

turn from.formal Wealthy and purooe'...... .Intrudes US wort $ \ *:'yeth>w tinge, and Jean Llnbaud or sickness. Remedy this b'l11'ettID6Clne/ NriN for Iw. asst a ...L '
.... f M to!ladle.. B.m... eopr *> frJtK-f r>anil e 'de'Ifeban, both very filter from Claude Walton Tltusvllle. Ia. Y. Faller.aeta.
&OCIA"ANErcAN'.1....,Ollie. Abeldsof.Mf tr lllantrmt_'111"'<1 ..arna....Ip.!l. iM 1...../11....,. jd rk crimson, ti the above list a good __ I!lock ledge, Fla., Agt., for Brevard Co. wl..a, ra. 9
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4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE OCTOBER 20, 1900.

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE THE RIGHT OF FREE SPEECH. I .THE COOPER & McKEE REFRIGERATORS.. This is to Merchants.:

One of the inalienable rights of

.A WBBKLT JOORHAb DBVOTCD TO THB DBVCbOFMKKT American citizenship is the privil- And Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
Of Tlla MDIAlf BIVBR, LAKE "
ege of writing or speaking upon all The only flrst-rlass ice
BIHOAYHB BAT RBOTIOM
WOBTH AND
subjects in such manner aa. to the

PUBLISHED EVERY: FRIDAY. individual may seem right and chests andrefrljrerators; on We do a strictly wholesale business. Our prices are right as we study

proper. Any abridgement of this the market, with all the {, them. We fill orders the day they are received. We know what In-
.Address .11 communication to
right in unconstitutional, and reduces -
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, the citizen to common vas- latest improvements. ; dian River :Merchants need, and carry justsuch a stock. Onr travelingmen

! TITulvILLa.I'JOKID4.. salage. Of course, we are cognizant visit the Indian River territory every month. We are liberal In

of the fact that the right of our dealings. We quote prices and send samples. Try us when In

j DEMOCRATIC TICKET. free speech does not extend to treasonable CHAKCOAL 8HEATIIIXO -
! I need of goods. We can and will please you.

NATIONAL: utterances, or malicious LINKS.GALVANIZED :!. p i. ". f
. lipk'e'9tJJlthid'
, slander, but within the pale of law

WILLIAM For JENNINGS President: BRYAN, all men are free and equal, when it 1UOXSHELVES w rjt na 'i ( )('ufe Jh, l4 Benedict: Folia c'&' Co.JACK'SOSVILJ.E

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of Nebraska. comes to expressions! of opinion in t ,

, I For Vlce-rn-sUlent: matters of government, society or AND FLA.
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ADLAI E. STEVENSON, religion. Any man who would deny INSIDE LINKING.DOUBLK .
.1 of illinois. -- -
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the --
right of free speech to another

I For Presidential Electors: \\s not, in spirit, an American citizen DOORS OX1OI
S. J. IIILI1UKX. of Putnam. ,
'I but is in with abso. ? SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
'I JOHN N. HEARD:: of }:"cambla.V. harmony LOCK ON LOWER t Till'
I \ II. ELLIS!: of Gadmlet. luteism and despotism When i

, I M. L. WILLIAMS, of I>uSoto.II Roosevelt was attacked in Colorado DOOIM. r'

,I because of some of his public utterances Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

'\ : C.ONUUE8HIONAL. on that occasion, the clta ,
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WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST. 0
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I :For Congress, 2nd Congressional District:: del of American liberties was also -;.:'

ROBERT W. DAVIS::!, attacked And so in the case of We also carry a complete Brick.
Sidewalk
Vitrified and
... Bryan at Ann Arbor Michigan Paving .....
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; STATE TICKET. when riotous students attemptedto Line of the Celebrated Odorless Refrigerators

prevent the democratic nominee Offices foot of Ifogan Street, Jacksonville<" .. Telephone No. .!<)>.>.
For: Governor: from .
giving expression to his opinions -
WM. S. JENNINGS. on public government. A third Write us for prices on anything in our line.FURNITURE J. K. MUNXERLYN, General Manager.;
For Justice ofSnpreme Court:
I FRANCIS U. CAItT R. Incident that has just come to our -- -- ..
E. F. CL.A.
For Secretary of .State: notice was an attempt at Daytonato .

JOHN I.. CRAWFORD. keep the republican nominee for '
CARPETS MATTING and HOUSE FURNISHINGS & Baker
For Attorney-General: governor, and the candidate for i MeMurray

W. B. LA MAR. congress from speaking. To the JcLoitlf3onvi11a ,
: I'lti.,
For Comptroller: credit of ,
Titusville be it said that
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W. 11. REYNOLDS. these candidates met with interruption ------------ ------- --- ---- --- ---- 122O mid 2112 East: Kay St. aiolmwk Block Jacksonville, FlaHeadqual'ters .
TOT State Treasurer:' no 7 t"a E f-E cnitKi c::--=1r e3:--=:3rC
from democrats when
for-
JAMES:: K. 1VIIITFIELD.For -

I Buct.. of W.Public N. SIIKATS.instruction: audience here. Although, perhaps a, majority wan composedof of the f .The Froebel Academy. JA i ii J Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles

democrats there disturbance
For: Commissioner of Agriculture: was no . ,

B. E. McLIN. and the speakers were given and Sundiies.

For Raihoad Commissioner: a respectful hearing. This is as it
Modern High School and Boarding School], rl' I
JOHN I.. MORGAN. should be, and demonstrates tlmt ::1 "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you Wheelsat

the citizens of Titusville are not JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

.8KNATOP.IAI-: only law abiding citizens, but are Apply for catalogue to short notice.

courteous and respectful even to I I ___ __ _
For Senator, 13th Senatorial District: PI1 E. N IUMICK. those who differ with them in poll. -

tics.!! It is significant that nearlyall PRINCIPAL. /
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COUNTY. TICKKT. the disturbance, thus far, have QiQ. :__= HARDWARE.Dooi's

.. been occasioned by young men. _ u__ __ __. ___ ___ __ __ .

For IleprcHen'nlive: 1 Does this argue that the youth of '

K. II. KAULERhON, our country are degenerating, and Yourself WJth ? Sash and Blinds Paints Oils
For County Judge: that our future manhood is to be Why Poison Quinine ,

A. D, PENNEY despotic and tyrnnlcal? We trust \ It U bad for your digestion,a. every sufferer from ohllls and fever knows.JOHNSON'S :'4'
For Clerk Circuit Court: Vr
A. A. STEWART: not. Let the young men learn to TONIC Glass
CHILL & FEVER Cutlery and Ammunition.
For Tax Collector: respect law and society, for any ..

E. W. HALL, disposition"' to deny to others what Is a hundred times better and doe Innidnitle': day that which slow and uncertain .
quinine dors. not coin\ run. It gently stimulate the Liver ,ninl Kidneys'
For Tax AssbsHor: we are willing to appropriate to sothetthey dotheirdutyendItplaceathe petirntheynlIdthsdaneerp.ut ornaro: s. ::J3C:> X> CCC>.
Inaiiav; quinine take ut lt>ul ton days. It cures ouBtlmite of foortlmt.
J. F. WOOTEN, ourselves l is a stepping stone to absolute > gtnea
qulnlutt never cure*
122 West Street .
Day
JACKSONVILLE FLA.
For Sheriff: monarchy, und the overthrowof 0

J. P. DROWN, democratic government. Are we It Costs 5Oc. If It Cures; Not One Cent if It "' oes Not. ---. .---- ---- ---- _.--- -- -- -- -
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For Superintendent R. E. MIMS Public J Instruction: right in this (position ? If not, NOTHING ELSE NEEDED IN FEVElcS. HAMMOND PACKING CO. --
wherein are we wrong?
For Treasurer: IA. I
F. II. HOYE, B. CiriARDCAU, SAVANNAH" CA. (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)
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I. A FINE ROAD. '-- -- -= -- .-,-.__ 0- :=:.;.-;:-;.==-' OUR-SPECIALTIES
For Prosecuting Attorney: ___..0 0___ _. __0__.___ _0' ._ rt111E.11'fOE :

'I For County J.Surveyor E.: ANDREWS.: : The now County road from Tltuaville In constructing shell roads without: I Notice Drawing: .;:I ;:. "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

J. O. FIIIES. to Hardeeville is rapidly any material increase in the rate of, "Coin Special" canned meats.

approaching( completion, and when tax? Now our ('ltlzen8'abhor a : OF THE COt'XTY (bt'Irrandl "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.
the ttlierltf of Hro.arrll"IIIIIII%', Florida will
will be
of the
IT HKE.MS that an agreement has .finished one beet and common dirt road, and will not he itioi-t with the(Irrk of the t'i ircult Court at "Calumet" leaf lard.
most picturesque drives In the the('lek'M Oltlce In 'fltu \'lIIu, Krevard County.
at last been reached on the Chinese satisfied until every public thoroughfare liirhla, on i Homemade
question, and thut the Powers will State. !Skirting: along the banksof is graded and shelled. MONDAY, THE FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBKR: I pure lard.

Boon settle their inferences In an our famous l Indian River it The !good work has just begun. A. D, tiirai at I 11 I o'clock am., for, tin "tinrimneof "Peerless" compound lard, sausages
drawing the jury to serve ut lIe 'MII Term ol
stretches south for J 14 miles
and md all
amicable way. We are giRd to see the Circuit ('oll.t.11I mill fui liimnnl. ('oil nty. Packing House Products }'IorldlDl'Rnch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
connects! with the shell road at Fi| >rl"'la. which said. Court eonvenesunthe2tph
a' disposition! to harmonize, and TilE city election passed off very day.Novunilirr, A 1>. 1'JINi( being, tile luurth __n ._ _
:; hope that it means u hotter and City Point, which runs on down to quietly, and all the old officers were Monday thereof. o'
The iiulillu will take notice and' lie governedaccordingly.
clearer understanding between they Rocklrdge, nuking tt total distance, re-elected, there being no opposition ; WILLIAM CLARKE
f from Titusville of some twentytwoor Witness my hand and seal of the Circuit Court SAXIT1\LRJIDER.;
civilized nations to the ticket. Would it not .
Ibis tile 75th day of (k-tober, A I> lim.
twenty-three miles. This beautiful he well now to expend: a little (--) A. A. $'rE vAlrr, --

j TilE Farmers' Institute is creating or 75'drive feet Is from never the further bunk than of the 50 money in hiving' ; the streets cleaned -Heal ( Clerk Itrevaril of l'Irenileonrt County, Km.Pleasu Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheet

interest all through Florida, river, and is, consequently, as attractive and repaired? Let's start right mention the ADVOCATE when Iron wink, Pimps and Drain Pipe, Bath Tubs, Water Closet
and much good will result from ---- writing advertisers. and
Wash Stands
; yet
natural Florida Copper vessels of
fail all
as Please write us whenever to kinds anddescriptions'ret
[ the faithful efforts now being mulAI / scenery you H__.____ _
make receive the ADVOCATE.
can it. First, fiber from the i Inned.
I to Instill new ideas into our truck- Palmetto Extract ( Invented In our Contracts,

j.i. era and growers. We shall be pleas down about three inches factory thick was, and put ANNOUNCEMENTS.FOR $$130) payable .1.2: per $/1 / 37 :
week fur 104 St.
Forsyth
ed at time to have the Jacksonville
any gentle. upon that shell will be laid sufllc- weeks' will return to you yf A v Florida.
men who are at the head of this COUNTY COMMISSIONER
lently deep to give the road bed
movement come to Tltusville, and and The undersigned would respectfully This Is what some of our Con- -----
address solidity durability. Bicyclistswill ask the support of the Democratic tract Holders Say: -
us" on agricultural subjects.
then be able to traverse the voters of the county, at the next election Jnrksenvllie. Fla Ort i hire
distance between Cocoa and Titus on November !H!. 1!>00.()0 for the office M.J.StlKb': :Manueor, ; ; Mutual, i Fld.lllty; ;: Co.; :clrv.l .PLUMBING.
ville of County Commissioner for Commissioner's >'arkHri-Iwiftli. to acknowledge your com, .
in hour
\ IF the people of Jacksonville are un and a half, with district No. 1 I. pan>'* check for ':lIlO. cuntulilnic my lirnt con.. .

I Ii selfish, and cupttul removal is a ease, comfort and pleasure. It goes Very respectfully, tree profits),which went enormous wan, .a i profit and cf .WO unrflanonalile.|per cent These hut

: political venture as some editors without saying that this road will J. ME DEL. Iietnir familiar with Insurance tabled and Tnti' Steam
tine working) I knew it cold be done thtirp' Gas and Hot Water
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claim should thut have far towards this Fittings Tin
anything! go developing part fare I took contracts with your company,and Sheet Iron
i to do with removing the capital of the country, and that tourists FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: cheerfully reeoni. mend name.lonn .

from Tallahassee to Jacksonville? will be attracted to the East Coast I hereby announce myself as a candidate B.W.BrcKHY respectfully Frop'r Uuval' Hotel and Copper Smithing.
for County Commissioner for the
Some men are prone to loose sight as never before. Heretofore a drive Jacksonville Fla.' ,Oct.9. ll 00.M. .
iril; District, au.1 respectfully auk the Estimates furnished
.1. Pllich,MITT.Mutual Co.,city on application
t of the main issue! and content from Titusville to Cocoa has consumed support of the Democratic voter of Dear Sir, :--In April of the preterit: Tear.: wan to any part of Florida.
themselves with Brevard at the behold Inilnreil to take four unarm of ,took in ; Mutual '
I discussing the odds anywhere from four to six County, primary to Fidelity Company, which yen have so ablyrepresented :EJOOX:
and ends'of this subject.FROM hours, but when the new road is on Nov 0, 11)00.) : In tliln state, T. -<:lav 1 received a 1R d3 G-ElTDODY: : ,
W. II. Sn&iu'a. check for Sltto a* the niatnreit value on those t
completed two hours will be a moderate contract: The amount paid In by me on con.tiuctfl 13 to 28 South Main street.

reliable sources we learn schedule. It will be observed FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. above on a noted trip during was Vltio.While the. ,pant four week. I JACKSONTOXE: . FLORIDA,
that not only do good roads I hereby candidate topped olT at Baltimore for the purpose of Invent _.
preserve announce myself aa a .
\ that Jacksonville has made great fcatlng the character. of the oricantiutloiianil t -- -- -. __. _
in the of the life of stock and make for County Commissioner for DIs- iu pernonalle. I am entirely atintlMl. and
gains matter capital removal travel lux. trict No. 5, Urevard county, subject to hive now taken new. contract In more than
and that she will win by a by private conveyance a the Democratic primaries to be held on twice the amount a.. formerly held anil feel, Watches AND
ury, but are great savers of time.A that I can aafeli recommend the company to all Jewelry.
bandsorne It November 0 11)00.)
majority. almost abe desire to ave money ..nd.t the sums time
,'. seems incredible that a South Florida man's time is generally valuable, ,f. N. WAMEH. mtllxe a hondt ome Interest upon) U.
While the is. In the hand. of Its
and method company pi-en' The old
man or East: Coaster would any whereby speed can ent ortlclalH,1 feel that the Interests of Investor established WAtch and Jewelry business
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.At .. THE GOLDEN'ALIGATOR.
t be acquired is regarded as of the .111. well guarded.
vote against; Jacksonville, but from greatest; importance, even in Florida : the solicitation of my friend, I Your JHO.very SrKPMRMl.truly I has removed from the old stand, :5 West Bay street

what we can learn some of them where it is supposed that the announce myself an a candidate for A.& I Agent, flint System of II'YI. to 417 West Kay street, on ,he same side of the
street In the
will do It takes all commissioner of the 1st ,
so. kinds: of county district While our contract mature at 104 weeksat -ravek-r's" hotel block
/ people to make a world. most of us are asleep. The day Is and respectfully ask the support ot theDemocratic a profit to the investor of 8.1 per cent. Established In !187.1!! ;. AddresMLOCXS ,

not far distant when good roads voteis of Dievard county. Our Company leservea the right to call : .
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will abound in Florida, and a man CHAM. II. N AU1lAS. in anv or all contracts at expiration of STEPENS.: : :: : .

SOME are estimating the orange on'a wheel will be able to ride -i",1 CO> or$0' weeks, and pay liO per cent. 417 WEST BAY STREET _
FOR STATES ATTORNEY. The Company estimates It will\ be at JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
crop at 1,000,000 boxes. Candidly wherever he wishes. It required --- -

we believe the estimate too high. considerable time and much investigation !! I hereby announce myself a candidate yond least' :2 the years 40 before week" any redemption contracts' go be-
period
for States Attorney of the Eleventh: Judicial ;
Over estimating our crop is more to bring Floridians to the Circuit of Florida, and respectfully therefore you would pay Into the Company

I an injury than a help, and In proofof point where they could see the real, request the support of the Democratic $1.25:!: per week for 40 weeks: Total CLOCKS
this we cite that those value of f the paid ttOOO and draw out $80 Wi) I, leaving .i ,
makingthe practical good roads. Our voters*> Circuit for the place, at the
u profit of $30.H; ) on a *.;0.M investment.We .
estimate are already putting first impressions were that these primary to be held on Nov. it, 1POO.
will veil front one to
twenty contracts Diamonds
the price of oranges at !f:2 per box. shelled roads would prove too cost. JAMES D. BKGOS. to any one person, and not receive u .Jewelry, ,

We would much prefer estimating ly to our taxpayers:: and that it over 4 weeks payment In advance at any -h. .2s-
FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY. Souvenir
the crop at :500,000> boxes and placing would be best to defer the matter one time. e Wedding Rings and Presents,

the price at $1 per box. We until some later day. But imagine At the solicitation of many friends For full particulars call on or address, Waltham Watches, etc.
the Circuit
throughout I
announce -
lieve the latter estimate and when it myself MUTUAL FIDELITY CO.
price our.surprise was discovered a candidate for State'. Attorney of
will b.. borne out by facts, later. that the money we annually expended the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, Room 8, Park Building ---_ FINE WATCH ud JEWELRY REPAIRING

It will be before Flor and respectfully request the support of Jacksonville, fla. -
many years on dirt roads, which were A SPECIALTY,
the Democrats of the Circuit at the primary Good salesmen wanted la every town. ,Watch lUSpector for Plant
ida oranges will drop down to $2 just a* good before they were work System, and also for Jacksonville Jt Southwestern R'y.
: election ordered for November Oth, :y Weekly collection made through Spectacles and Eyeglasses.
per box. ed as after,could gradually be used 1BUO.) Joux C. Joxrs. Banks In your own town. I Charge paid one way. R. j. RILES,

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Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG, Tibbals. The H-0 Co.'s FeedsAre THE SOUTHERN FRUIT CO. r


:Mrs W II Harris entertained a few of

EYE SPECIALIST. her lady friends" Wednesday, and, as usual
to and 12: Bridge street) JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
..,,., all had a very pleasant visit. exrluslve rations of grain scientifically blended to accomplish certain ends

.r Capt. J. II. Andrews, who has beenon The H-O Co.'s Poultry Feed to Insure a greater yields of eggs anda Wholesale Fruit and Produce] Merchants.Wo .
a hip to Palm IJjach and Fort Lauderdale -

for a week, returned home on Mou. shorter moulting season. pny cash for all fruit and vegetables, or receive on commission
\ day The H-O Co.'s Horse Feed to Insure the maximum of strengthand ,
r giving shipper tho<<\benefit of time market.
; Archdeacon IJ. F. Brown will hold condition to your horse.
11 m mI 1MUM1PT; ICKTUHXH. OKOKKS: I'llMM: ) nt
LOWKST: IMtlG'nS.
divine service next Sunday afternoon, at The H-O Co.'aScratching Feed for Poultry to produce profitable

the usual hour, at the Eden-Tibbals results. -Wo want--

church. TO SI IATOI-H: ..Dn': l'noI'I'I.IB.S.'oi.H: : : CO( 'O.1N11.EMON: :
"ft. The H-O Co.'s Dairy Feed will greatly Increase the flow of milk, and makeIt '

Fred Sueger and Wm. Verone boarded richer In butter fats; at the same time keeping up the live weight of the cow OKANUKf: Or.VVAS, APPLKS': POT.\TOKS: ONIONS: : rKI.KUY: : ,

the northbound train l last Sunday for bt. 1'OL'LTKY AM KtJC.H. Address. ,
where \ that the trial of a sample lot of the 1I-O Cn.'s Feeds, will
Augustine, they will spend some
I[if 'We correct all cases of simple and time. They will also stop over for a. day W v Guarantee uustautUto the above claims, or we will cheerfully refund THE SOUTHERN FRUIT COMPANY,

II( compound refraction, of the eyes, relieving at New ISmYI'nlto take In the camp your money. 10 and I 12: Bildgn. Street.. JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.

all nerve and eye strain, headaches, meeting, Ask your feed dealer for It. If he does not keep it we will supply you direct. -

I and often sick stomach. A scientific Hairy Jennings received, this week, a CHURCH ANDERSON &. CO. -
examination car of HO barrels of I'ortland (cement,
I made before fitting glasses.
which he expects to HBO in building WEST ADAMS STREETJACKSONVILLE: :, FLA.
We PABLO BY THE SEA
carry the largest optical stock In tho tennis court and walks in hU lawn, -

State. We also do the largest optical which will add much to his already ,

Ii business. Repair work by mull promptly beautiful home. .

: attended to. Address The continuous rains for the past three


Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG, Specialist. on weeks an extensive has caused' growth.all vegetation The pineapple to put i Property of the Florida East Coast Railway.

fields never looked better at this time of
Clarke's Pharmacy, the than and all ODASOAPHARD
year now, young plantsset GO

1 65 W Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. this season, rooted almost as soon as R icii The Ilu..t popular>> !seaside| roMort, In tilt South.
planted, and are now putting on a good

growth. WATER Lots" fronting the ocean amid bouloxariN news

U. S. I>epnrtme of Agriculture The bathing club had a large attend offered fur Hale. HIIt'l."lpr\ot'M. \ for next 'IO: days

ance last Friday afternoon, regardless of .
Weather R.t'C14 iCAP ..
Uurel\ll-Jul'lter. Fla. WGW".lA'/ mu'
the threatening weather and local show-
The following is era,'and all had a jolly good time, espeo. oia.xtla:: .<:ra.d. :Buclrriar:: : : ., .A..gt.

ment of temperature a and comparative rainfall for state-the luncheon ally the gentlemen was served., when The the writer elegant will :JJ: Hogan street, JACN>ONVII.LK; FLA. ;

week ending Tuesday Oct. 2:) 1SKK) .
-1000- \ put the ladies of our club against any Melbourne. Lotus.Everyl.o.ty .-
-1800- club for getting up a good lunch,
DATE. MAX.\ MIN\ MAX. MIN. Eau Gallic. OUR WHITE CITY.
17 84 72 84 72 The writer notes In each letter from
Is beans.
18 85; 74 our neighbor correspondent of Eden of planting
8J: 73 GOODK & OOODR. R al Estate and I.OFUIB. WIll1'11: CII V Oet. 2:1: 11)00.)
10 8.J 70) 84 72 late that she does not fall to place he- Accnt for/Ktn.i, London and Liverpool and '\\01\1'0 getting some regular fall slow. The Kail: C.alllu. and I Melliourno Transportation ,

20 82 7(1( 8.J: iCl<> fore the public the neglected and almost Ololie Fire, I'rovldwice Insurance.Washington H|>wclnl .Attention, Him and jmlil larlllo 1- ere CO. mire si 111 making regular Kililor'd/ Count .tdl'm'II'r:

21 83: 75 81 72 Impassible condition of our public roadsin to the interests of Him renlilints.HOTFL hoard
22 1 8.1>: 77 78 7(1( the vicinity of Eden, and aa there Is _______ _nn____ _._ ____ T. Oroljnn Ronald visited tho twin nips. Not having from us for so longa
cities Monday. Our fathcis. tho streets. lime :Ill'. Editor might cause' an erroneous
city are having
23 83 78 78 00 but little, if any difference, in the con. : CARLKTOV- drp.nttheyearround.leIlgrniLl ,
dition of tho public road between Fort spot| spend inter <>r 1II1"'r. !.<>- "Skeets" came In full force this week cleaned nod, )put In proper uluipu' for the. opinion to nilsu In the. minds uf
Total rainfall for the week : :'i.15: muni on high liliill' overlooking; tho Indian winter visitors.' some, that uilhiT Wlillo City la dead or
Departure from normal: rainfall for tho : Pierce to Jensen, or likely to be, we feel lUver. TorniM numerate.FRA.K for a few days. Bleepi'th. But I am pleased' to assure '
lit the duty of each and every voter In KOIIKHTHON, 1'roprlotor. 1IIMIIfmmllo! Williams' of !Melbonilie's I
week: plus 1.1(1( inches. Departurefrom School progressing/ nicely under om you and your' many' temleis that neither
normal rainfall since January 1, I this district to ask themselves whose the supervision of Miss! Sumlois. ) most \popular young intl tee line Is I ho case, but that we are alive and.
minus 3.80 Inches. 1 duty It is to look after our public road, cr: SubsetIptlons for the A lIyo'ATK, been visiting Mis Nimbi this week. wide awnkii.

HAL. P. HAHDI.V, Observer. and to see that the money collected from the pink )paper of the East Coast, will ba Rev Mr. Lane held services at Brant- Shinto Thursday, Our mutual friend, Mr D. K, Austin, -r
Frank
happy
was : ,
tax be used to and received the number attended
our payers support at Melbourne 1'ontolllee. ley, Sunday. Quite a
of I limo White I :
build public roads. Why Is it not done from hero one of his boat bunging: In over :iUM( ) manager City Colony,
and 1 for tho last':
agent Coast
pounds. of fish taken In ono haul of tho Railway
and And
at time? who
Eden. of properly us are responsible proper for such parties Fre Monday. and Cocoa a visit by tho steamer :Spartan being n hiiHller himself, Is not going to
being placed in office? The writer extends Tuesday The friends of our former mayor, Win.Trentler encourage any settlers front "sleepy
a sympathetic band to our neighbor ; Dr. L. A. Peek. made n visit to KanOallie will bit glad to know that bis I I 11I11 ow" to 1111I0 In UN di ones In our
Mrs; J. H. LoTourneau busy
went to Titus and regrets very much that the fair last Sunday; New bean seed are coming In, and health Is lapldlv, improving/ under tho 1 beO'lilvn, roininiinlty .
ville, Monday, to have Homo dental work sex Cannot express themselves at the they aie beauties I 1 much to the doligh able Ilf Dr, Helmut
done.F. ballot J. H. Baker, returned home, last Sun caie I All tint! hustling: :viiiing: men' and others' ,
box. of the tiuckois.
day, from Palm Bench Mr. and }1i is. Alnswoilh, of Grind 1 I who ninilu. HO much money last: winter
B. Richards, not to be out done by J. Allen Booth was up JIInn.lay. and Rnplds' siu mica mote domiciled In their ,and I had. to gii mi touIstiiis past summer .
his neighbors', han cleaned out the public TO STOP A COLD.-After exposure, Messrs.' Uobeitson and Bender have purchased a lot of need to send to his In their neat roltiiKU. on Houston' lOt l'I'Iot.' for a /gund I lime, HIII retaining i and

road through/ his property.We or when you feel a cold coming on, takea been enjoying a hunt, the putt week.J. brother In Cuba. Their many flit'iids. am glad welcome are tinning Ililnits" up lively, preparing

dose of Foley's Honey and Tar. It II. visit West for another. linoklng siege, knowing that
are having a heavy blow, whetherIt Phillips paid a to them again 'I
Is the forerunner of never falls to stop a cold If taken In Palm Beach, returning home Monday. The steamer Spartan is making dully; guild leluins' will Im' the reMIIIl; a full
1glle or not remains time. II. K. Wilson & Son.Grant. runs now. The Canaveral Is uudergolii) The schooner Olivette, dipt. Ural nerd, pure, it full 11111"11"tOI'O' clothes and
to l be seen. There Is time fora The Hoke family have moved In the repairs! at Eats; (iallie has been" veiy IHINV for ,'v""III04..kM a smiling fare. What limo do we want?

cyclone it. yet this month. if it gels a moveon Moore cottage; on Ntiawbildge avenue Louis Parker: of Pineda, has been ciu'ryIug I mati'ilal from 1'addlson's. YIr,1to Then coino In 11I..II'e' one of UN nil ye

several cords of wood llayvluw for the lingo' )pinery uf 11. I.. that want good; and. cheap homes, plentyof
Jacob: Voting\ of Jensen, bas been the boating\ over to C.
The
Eden members of the Musical Club guest of Mrs. M. Johnson, the ]past week. Provost and J. M. Field this. week.C. DeVinne) of Brooklyn. I hog and hominy. Unhand fowl, vegetables -
were out in full force, last Saturday and h tilt,
evening at the residence of K. D. Hoke We are pleased to welcome home :Mrs.E. I>. Provost U dally: receiving new Mr. l'III P. Bertelson !\Ilcco, was calling on overshot wheel ,and, the cliantcn. I.mul'e Is I Among I new nnlvitU who have
Jensen An especially) pleasant time is friends here, Saturday: W. Butler and her sister, Miss Emma goods, and J. M. Field, who Is In charge/ than water the biting, 1| cast their loin vtlth us ate Air {Hates unit.
Tupper. of his Hioro, Is a hustler, and to siitlsfncloiy, power '
leported. manages! Canii'ion: Mr I liny. and Ihoirfanmlllueof
,
Mrs 'V.V.. Skinner f.om Sun- doubled.) Any on" Inleiested. In artesian
spent get rid of a largo amount of It to blot
Mai km and nil will
Riverside dilvewasgay with passing day till Tuesday up the liver. Superintendent OolT and other officialsof customers. water power' should sea' this plant. County,
vehicles, last Thursday afternoon. There the F. E. C. Railroad, spent Wednesday Immediately at'iii 1 t lalll'I'ovlnIIII'll'| / land'
are some line turnouts in this section. Chas Christensen, John and Adolph in town. --"--+ The steamer Canaveral has been on by cultivation and the setting( out of
Benson spent Sunday: at Oak Lodge Htory tit' u Slave.To the ways this week for painting/ und re- frull tl1!!!". If you wish l to see gringo
We get very envious, at times, when we O. O. Poppleron, the king of In.llanHiveI' 'pairs. 'Die steamer Spartan' 1 Linn takenher and grapefruit grove( inns put' fuutlon,
are walking behind and taking their duet.Henry Oeo. W. Srobie and Christ. Christensen live keepers, was in town, Weilncs bo hound hand and foot for years runs IInlt..IIIIIIIUvol', whllo tho Kathleen coma to our city, especially' some tree

Whlpple has been! suffering: tor- went to Sebastiau, Saturday, on bus clay, calling/ ou friends. by the ehalnHof disease Is the worst font mule< the 1I'1lnl' Iliinaim !Hlver.We at the I grove of 1 G. E. 1111) ttUII. It seem

ture for two weeks with a bone felon.If iness. We are pleased to learn that Mm. W. of slavery (George). Williams, of ManChester understand, I that time>> F. K.: C. Ry, shot I each trucker i'rlnt"/ out do the
he was not such he wouldbe Mich., tells how such a slave other' In tlio ruUiiin of his fruit and
a busy man Mr. Morrissey' arrived here, Tuesday K. Walker Is Improving, and we hope has most peneionsly (f) taken off tho
a very sick one. An It is, bin largely evening tp take charge of thetelegraph soon to learn that she Is well. was made free He says: "My wife hits whaifagu charge at tho I sevoial river vegetables. hiniilatlon without envy; ;
increasing business taken all his time, I oitice. been no helpless{) for five years that she have wharvos. Wo bur euch I I..* anxious' to nee the other succeed
and he can not afford to bo sick I Mrs. JenKen's thieo. sweet little children \ could not turn over In bud alone. After point' at which. they '
]Mr. and Mrs. T,. II. Wells and Mr. and, nurse, of Jensen, wale pleasant using: two bottles of Klectilo: Bitters, she am glad( tot., that "FIIII'l l" friend" Is I t. W Mosler., of Jensen, has purchased ('
Mrs. John Miller has pin'chased a fine Roby, of Oak. Lodge/ attended the liter visitors to our town, last Saturday Is wonderfully Improved and able to do l willing to leave the pour glower some Ian lines! which hu will Impovo Immediately .
piano for her daiighiein., As the young ary meeting here last Saturday. her own work." This romedy thing.
supreme : ; also 14'.0. McMnllen, of Ocaln.
I, Metcnlf
Mrs. W. from Palrr
ladies have decided talent and have one came up ---- -- --- --
of the best teachers in the country! wet. Our telegraph office was opened on Beach, Friday, and Is now snugly/ settled for female. diseases quickly CHIPS ncrvousneess IT Iii tLS'1'hiE: !: I.UNWI.-Whon snfferlng W It. Harden. furs lidded, another ten
Wednesday, much to the satisfaction of in her home here the river front. sleeplessness, melancholy; dose licies to his pohsessloiis.CluiH. .
anticipate much pleasure for their on foam. a riirklng coiiiili, take n
parenta headache; backache fainting and dizzy
Kdwaidft: him purchased the
people here, aa we have long needed '
and friends the near future. the One of our townspeople' came near having spells, This miracle working inedicln, soreness" I l Lang place and Mill plant two or thruo

The Farmers' Institute at Jensen, last a collision with a bicycle on the sidewalk Is a godsend, to weak, sickly, run down the our,.' In trees till I.* season .
Tuesday evening: and Wednesday morning Mrs. P. Nelson went to Miami, Tuesday lust Monday evening. Why don't people. Every bottle guaranteed. Only fill fotlhlnn.1/ huiillngnf pnitenf-' It. I L. Aldeiman hind a ""rvoyln1'11.t/ )
evening on a visit to her husband. the riders their wheels) (,Oe. Sold B. R. Wilson A Son fectc-d will 1 bo expitiluiiuml.. Taku nosubstitute.
was a decided success. Those of us carry a light on by drug. In section: : locating piece, of land, on
II. It. Wilson A Hon.
so fortunate as to have been there, en- Miss China, our popular school teacher at night? gists. which he will plant 1h'n acre grove.C. .
Is with the 1lrs.Nellou's ------ ----
joyed It.,. very much. We predict that staying girls duriag New Haven avenue Is having/ anew, lleiuendnrfer, has returned. from n
the next Institute will be so llll'gelyat- absence.We coat of shell, which adds much to tho Georgiana. A CARD. visit to his. old 1 homo In Ohio and added.!

tended that the commodious Jensen hall noticed R. T. Smith going around Improvements of our town. All of our another ten iicms to Ills f.1I. lit, 1111.11. preparing -

will not hold the crowd.A with a broad smileon hili face, and found streets are being put In /good order, N.JU'H'RIIHI ('(Nt.f A.t l itviirntf.For I ground for 21; <)X) tree to bo set tld*

out the reason was the arrival of a little which will be aereditto the town ()l1IcerllE. Dr. Chambers: shipped ten crates of sunson.Jones.
CARD.-The manufacturers of Ban daughter at his home on Oct. 15th. We pineapples (mist week. the first llino the whose of Hrovsid llros. era>> dock from South Carolina -
ner Salve have authorized the under- hope the little lady may live long and P. Branch has one of the )prettiest I County will have an opportunity' ti> vote arid brought u friend to cast. his. lot
signed to, guarantee It for, burns cuts, enjoy good health.. homes and best kept lawn and' gardensIn i Mr Kiyoand the Misses Mlms, of Bona for her County Commissioners. The with thorn. ami are busy preparing their
ulcers and all skin Melbourne. lie has a good supply! of von tn re, attended church here, Sunday, Fourth Dlstilut utters ntnong other candidate /grove and truck land..
sores, tetter, eczema Our literary society held Its usual fruits for his labor this season. Oranges' of Tlllnian who ha been
diseases. You have back if .1. W. Briiner, wife and daughter, Mr. R. A. Conkllng, Hans Chrlstensun In
it doesn't do all It claims.your money B. It. Wilson meeting In the school-house, last Satur grape fruit, persimmons, giapes} mulberries Miss Maude, were calling their friend and his friend fuel sure of hi* hearty the employ, of the East: Coast at Palm

& Son. day. A very Interesting program was etc., being r INed. In the south end I of town, !\folldayafter- supportTo leach, \lutes returned lie I I" ono of our
and the audience
rendered, expressed Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Lock wood and noon. those who may not have the pleasure most '"I"fllllruekl'n. and tins' now en-

themselves delighted with tho evening'sentertainment. Master Trevett, left, Friday, for their of Mr.J Uonkllng' ac<|iialiil. nce, I (I Red( In fruit culture and will net out

Jupiter.Mrs. new home in West Palm Beach. We regret If. K, Hughes and wife, were passengers would, say, that, upon tutu resignation of hire" ncie In 1\ "\tve. lie I III also mak-
much to see this family go, but on the Canaveral to Cocoa and return Mr. Houston, he received the Indorse otlier valuable Improvements
very
The editor of the Fordvllle, Ky., Mis- what U Melbourne's loss will be West Thursday. They spent part of the ment of a majority of the voter. of I lie J, H. Pudgrtt wa ,also here laving out r

McCubbins' mother and sister are cellaneous writes as. a postscrlp to a business Palm Beach's gain. They have the best day very pleasantly nt the hospitable Fourth District, on n petition for his ap- a two acre grove to be planted this year

visiting her.E. letter: "I was cured of kidney wishes of their many friends here to follow home of 1>1'. and 1\Irll. Hughlett. pointment, and that too without hut so )Dr. PlatU, of Fort Pierce, horn purchased -
trouble by taking Foley' Kidney Cure. licitation. .IDncre* near White City and will\
O. Knight Is In Miami looking after them wherever they 1 go. Sherman Singleton, wife and little
Take nothing else. B. K. Wilson: Son. their Ills friends know him to bo an honest, put out an orange /grove.Mr. .
his business at that point.F. daughter, stopped over on way;
oyster Last Tuesday Mr and Mrs. L.
evening from Jacksonville to Palm Beach Thurs I progressive citizen of good business and Mr*. IIeToIrnenu, of Eden,
W. McCurdy Is on a trip through C. :Moore enjoyed the happy event of celebrating day. They spent the night with MrHUcock method, arid n* such hope to see him spent Thursday. with Mr Austin\ and

south Dade in the Interest of the Repub- Bovine.Master the eleventh anniversary of their ; visited their place at fort I I next elected to the office of County Commissioner were very fa"cHaLlylmlrell""tI, with the>>

lican ticket. marriage, at the home of Mrs. Moore's day, and went on down to Palm Bench from the Fourth District. almost certain prospect of iticceiisful
parents, Mr. and 1\1 I'll. John (Joode. In the afternoon. One OK in* Fid KM: iii". trucking and fruit growing, and pronounced .
Our people are taking a lively Interest Reid Stewart Is visiting bill un- Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. --.- -- Mr.I Knvrdsun'! grape-fruit tfi I
In the capital removal question, but it is K. W. Goode Mlsn Jessie and A. J.
cle at Brantley. tien the bet they had .oon.
I :Now Train to (Savannah 1"1(1Jruw.wll'k.
difficult to tell which city bas the most Goode. Mr. and Mrll. Moore received Other remedies only alleviate the symptom We have, mOl bachelor and widower
advocates. Craig Hopkins visiting\ { at the home some pretty tokens of remembrance of I of dyspepsia and Indigestion. 1>r. In White City than we are entitled to,
Bethel Stewart.
of Sirs. the event. A dainty repast WAS served, Loyal Ford' Dysptlclde| cure by at- ladle,
Capt. U. I). Hendrickson, of Lake and t the 'first young marriageable
Worth, la having the cargo of the wrecked Miss Ruby Simmons was very sick the and a most enjoyable evening spent. tack I rig I lie root of the, disease,and makeia The Plant System has" filled a long-felt: that como In, can have their pick and I

Danish bark, Paul, moved to the riverside other night with chills and fever --------------- healthy stomach that will!! perform; all want by putting/ on 1Il: p. rn. train fro,. choice. and tIe most of tlioni are worth

of the beach and ,,'lIIll\ter carry It !Masters Willie and Frank Gibbs and Its function perfectly Wilu'n.a non. Jacksonville called the Savannah Express having, for they are moral', Induatrlou,
to Jacksonville in schooners.. visited here l re\ento l A Trn J'ecly. which reaches Mavar.nah at 7 p. mind honest and temperate. No saloon In
Frank Bennett Sunday.
Timely Information given Mrs. George IIIxnmrck'M, Iron Nerve connects at Waycros.* for Brunswick White City and no negroes within five
E. O. Elliott has been transferred from Jim Henderson and James The Plant System now have train lell,-
Messrs. Long, of New istraltsvllle, Ohio, preven- Was the, result of lila splendid health. mile of our town.
this to the Mosquito Inlet Light station. Hunter contemplate a long otter hunt. ted a dreadful tragedy and saved two tremendous leg.lacksnrmvlllelorMavannalm' at 8 a. int Your m
Indomitable will and ener. truly
:Mr. Elliott ban made many warm: friends them in., 7Ml: m. an.114 m. For I'KiFolder 4
We wish success. lives. A frightful cough had long kept p. p. p.
stomach liver
his departure gy; are not found where E. J. PITTS.
during bin. here who regret Information call Plant
stay or on Hyu-
Sebastian in her awake every night. She had tiledmany and bowel of order. If l {
Herndon of Is kidney are out
Charleston S. blab --------- -
Miles of nddresa M. "11-
: T. B remedies and doctors but tern agent, or F. Jolly,
C., has been appointed to nil the va town visiting his sister, Mrs. John Hen- until urged to Dr.steadily King'sNew you want these qualities and' the success vision Passenger Agent, Jacksonville. ('. H. Arnold', of Youngstown, III.. In '
grew worse try Dr. New Life
/ [ Kln :
her home. they bring use *
derson at pretty {(
K. W. Wrenn Passenger Trulllo Manager, writing of Dr. Ford' '
cancy.N. Discovery. One bottle wholly cure I of brain Dyspeptlclde, say:
located Messrs. Bethel Stewart and Fred l her and she writes this. marvelous Pills. They develop every power Savannah. ,.l I, wife hi* taken three. bottles I>y*-
R. Fltzhugh, jr.. at present < and body. Only 23o at I). It. Wilson &;
in Bowling Green, is here erecting: a Houston are driving a number of hogs, medicine also cured Mr.Long of a severe Son's drug store. --- ---- neptlclde an.IIII, I believe, permanently
with electrical attachments which will be shipped to Tarn pa. attack of pneumonia. Such cure are There I la but one Chronic Disease spec- cured) of Indigestion, con tlpatlon and
anemometer support, S. of the matchless merit of alist of note In Florida-f),.. Vincent, of sick headache, wltb which she hall been R
U.
the roof of the positive proof
died last
on Poor old "Kit" Stewart *'OO Jtcwnril. '
Jacksonville. Write him for symptom troubled for twenty or more
Weather Bureau office. While here he and this grand remedy for curing all throat, years.
Thursday morning, after suffering >lank*. Money can not estimate. I the good It has '
chest and lung trouble. rifle<> and We will the above reward for
will also of the new steel torrn- Only pay any
erect one groaning all night. She wan over twenty --- ---- -- --- --
bottle guaranteed. Trial betties of liver complaint dyspppnii, nick lone her. B. R. Wilson &; Son.
warning towers for the Bureau.Don't $1 Every case ,
eight years. / Remember that the I.fDiAir' RIVBH -. -----------
B. Wilson A Son's
free at K. ; drug headache, Indigestion, constipation or
Miss Alma Martin, accompanied by store. costiveness we cannotcur with Llverlta, ADVOCATe doe all kind of job printing It Raved UN' Leg.
be deceived or humbugged by C. C. Ellerbrock, all Melbourne! were I the ITp-to-Date Little LJver Pill, when at short notice. Send them an order .
hitherto claim the discovery of come pleasant visitors at Bethel Stewart'.. I the directions ere strictly complied with. and be convinced that It I I. the place to 1'. A. Danfortb, of LaGrange Oa, sufereil .

unknown herb or root in swamps :Miss Alma was delighted with, Mr. I ft* the Ilaby. They are purely vegetable and never fall have job printing dODe.TUullvlJJe Intensely for six month* with a

or on some mountain or prairie, for the. Stewart's beautiful flowers, and wa presented If you lone a pound In flesli it doesn't to give satl faet.loo. .'>o boxes contain right/ill running sore on his leg hut

cnre or kidney and bladder troubles.Any with a pretty bouquet. matter much. But If it'. the baby It may lOOpllU, lOa boxes contain 4O pill*, 60 lAundry. write that iliicklon's Arnica Salve who!
doctor or druggist: will tell you that mean everything. There U no food lathe boxes contain 15 pill. Beware of ub.tl- ly I cured It In ten day. For ulcers, boll,

such claims are fraudulent. Foley'sKidney "I have always used Folev's Honey world equal to Scott' Emulsion for tutlons and Imitation Sent by mall. )11'11. Oeo. Cook of Tltuvllle, I I. now wound, burns or pile It'* the best salve
Core simply contains remedies :NKBVITA MBDICAT. Co. prepared to do laundry work of 10 the world.' CureguaranteeLOnly 23o.:
and Tar cough medicine and think it making thin babies plump. If you have Stamp taken. every
that are recognized by the roost skillful and Jackson HU. Chicago.For All work guaranteed. Sold by II. R.. Wilson: Mon, druggist.Do *.
be encriptlon.
the best la the world. says Cba. Ben a thin baby In the house you'll cur- Tor. Clinton f
physician a* best for these complaints, der a newsdealer of Erie, Pa. Take no primed to see how It will thrive on this sale by B. R. Wilson A: Sun, drug. Leave your washing at G. ,. Duren' -- ---- -
1C ,
frfoli h. B.
so Wilson don't&be Son.credulous or substitute. B. R. Wilson A Son. I nourishing and fat-forming food. gl.U, Tituivllle, Fla. corner store, opposite ADVOOATK office. you filter your drinking water.' ?










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1 1i bay In April. It produced about two

i ] 1# I'I'I I! C'HOICE Vegetables tons per acre." lie places It second In

: a list of for winter In w.. Florida East Coast Ry.
1:1/: / will always! find a ready Texas placing gruMes"' reed canary pasture grass fz4qAt&

a''I market-but only that farmercan which Is a perennial first Professor

McCarthy of the North Carolina experiment 80UTH BOtpfD (Read DoI la U.o'8ep.0.l5u0. (head Up) NORTH BOUND'
raise them who has studied
can station says: "It requires
0.1I o..S{ O/IjI/ I o.Ttl o'l'
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rich moist /light soli. On poorer soils +3 Daily D.Hy Dui :T No. 28. ST. TION8. No. 28. Dail7 Dail,.
the how obtain .
I great secret to It Is much Inferior to common rye for 4 cP .It tlu rO.Itl.il sx lIu! a
.td ::::: "1 Trp) IOU. L..... .J aoksuaviil..Ar 780p f ] ::::::
I J'' 4l I I both quality and quantity winter grazing Q ...... Vtp 111'. Ar..St.AulflUltln..L.. 6 tip ....., Hp ,
: J tll nutritive value Is high. Comparing d. J'! ..... CI ltl.. Lv..St... .oqoattne. ..Ar Blip Vela.... ..
the chemical r' .._..:. 1671' 114ii. .......... HUltIn"" ......; .Lv 5lOp i2fla :: '"do
: by the judicious use of well- analyses of the grass y .... I lip 18ts Ar ... East P. atka...... .. 825 p 81la .. .. M P 0
, with those of rye and oat fodder It is :-::-::: -..1p; 1I(1p Ar..Pal.1u&.L.. 5 10&11&--:: ::: t4 Z >
balanced fertilizers. No fertilizer found that It contains a larger percentage 45 'M' ll M. L... .........Palatka. .... ....Ar 5-Uip 81J.\a vs. 0 COt
of and fat 1 ...... TeSp Ar..tI..JllaleO..L.. f,' ..... .
protein than cP
either. }
I for Vegetables can produce E-t (a: 0 .. ... SII5aLv..BaoX..t..r:: ''l'8l\p\ .. ...... .. .. bI::
Its nutritive ration is 1.0. showing It eo<< :::-:-::.Slip 19 ......... Faet Palatka........,Ar TESp lIfU :::::: .1 A Ita enPt
: to bt a well balanced ration for stock. : O ... ... 7UP IMp' ...........Ormonl1..L.. 4(2p S4a; ... .. 0 reY c::=
'r" a large yield unless it contains Experience fans shown that although O .... e. ....... ''l'56p 187l> ............Da.toD........... S tip 118110 ...... 0 p'O bI
,j -:: 806V 1471' .........Port Oranlf........... 8.lp 881..y: "t
I at least 8 Potash. Send for rescue grass cannot be offered as a ri 5 eua I:eOY. l lOp ........N.... tll1Yrna........ 820p 0 00a Clip 0 tlI
% panacea for all the troubles of the E-t a ClIiIIa ..... 9: Bap ...........Oak HUI........... f(lOp ... ... .BIIp
112! i3 1Iw.. ...... .8Wp ...........Ttt01aY\U......... YHp...... 1661' l r
our books, which furnish full southern farmers as was first claim. x ( ... ... ...... 3at1p ....... .Cltj Point......... IMp. .. ... .. p, ,
ed. It be safely recommended +:J tIQ: ..,... ...... 8tr1p .......: .. .Coec>a............ 147p .,:.. ...:.. 0
cqn as a :,. fY Ir. cd .... .... 8 Op' ? ......... ....... I."p ...... ...... = E!
.1 i.nformation.Ve send them valuable addition to winter forage ,, dcoPStQ 0 ..... ...:: 'Op! ..........Eau Gaits:.:....... 1 1.lp ..... ...... bICJq:: "J
plants of the south either f .. .. ...... 4)1jp:) .... ..MelboulM.......... lOUp .. ... ...... tD en
l for 4
i free of charge. hay or f :&:I 0' ........504p H ....:..:...RoMtland........... 12 :Zap ..... ...... :: 0
pasture. b .bf: ...... ..... &UII" .......... l eb<lan.......... ".. 1I: trp: ...... ...... "! .
-- : 112! ... .... .. 6fttjp H... .... "fit' Lucie.......... 11113a ...... ...... Irft' 1:1I/
I An Adjustable Bn. tIQ: .,4 ....Y ....... 605n ....Fort Pt..rce......... .11l ...... ...... HEt
Holder. ca
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Ii GERMAN KALI WORKS 0 ..... .. .. 11l17p .:.,....... Tlbh", ........... 104x. ...... ...... -. .CO
) There are bag holders and bag holders E-t ..... ... .. ............Eden. ........ ... H Il
i .1 Nuwu Si..New York. but one that ta adjustable to all ,, ..... ... .. .aiap ". ........... Semen. ........... .". (:
i ...q cP ..... ..... 0 ap ...,..... .tltuar.... ......... 10saa ..... ......
sized of bags Is somewhat of a rarity. Tri-'V cckl Sailings o ........... 'l'Up' .........Hobe Sound.. ...... IU1... ...... ...... tIJo
Free and Farm Journal shows one that Is thus ) ...... ...- 7211p OJ .... .W..t Jup1ter........ "
..... ...... 80"41 ...::Weet Palm Beach...... !
Accented Masons. serviceable! and easily made. A pieceof H ..... ..... 81/1p/ OJ :.........Boynton.n...... OJ I .
steel rod has one end flattened,and BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK en Cf ...... ..... 8Mp .". ..... Delray ..... .". 1002a..0.
I tIJ ...... .. ., lIp:: .....FoH uderd.le.......
punched with a half dozen or more! --. ...... ..:.:. 1007p .........LImon)1t7......... :/ .
Indian bolea. The tip of the other end Is turn S. C.. both ways) W ... ... ..... 1015p Ar..Miami ... ..... L.. .. ... .. ....
No. DOa ed over and drawu out to fit these FinestIiSteamshi1est in Btllfett Parlor (are on TrIOlo., 10 aal ;a.

a River If:11,I i (Titusvillep.Lodge The the Coastwise Service e :a.t..a Jacksonville. Pablo>> B..h and M.rtto.e.o. : .

N o. 0.1. 015 o.
I !sun Snn Daily Daily STATIOYS Dal, 1).117 O1a
/ r ftv' \ Florida.Hiilcln I II ._ The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. only only du "X do.8au u Sg only
> Iti m etlni4 the .".,on.1 and< fourth. Fri 'I'i Stop J"Iij tl15x t.r' a e68 l' VO ':::-:::'
Direct
service Between
day of each mniith. a' the late Armory ritusville 'i I { IIIJ! 82&, Ar .. .. ... ...No. J'.1lIe..L.. 4np .:....
at 7:tN''o'ulurk p. m. 11t, :I...,p 61151 88t"! ... ... ... ..P..bl". Hooach. .. .... .... n: 4Hp lOt..,....
A. A. Stewart Wornhliirul: Master. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. 77O1kpJ' / ) 6001' etra .. .. ..:. .. ..1\I..yp\ t. .. ..... 11411a 4UOp 800p ... ...
M.:K.:Wlliuin, Senior Warden.; :.:.:.:.::
:
.,.. K. Walknr,Junior' Warden. (Culling at Charleston. S. C., both ways) B.t..a New Smrraa: and Or.laK.' B.e..a Tita..UJ. cad S.atord.
..
.r M. !Ihxon, Tr >a iirwr.K. .
A. ;Morgan $! nretlOry. BEMI.WEEKLY; SAILINGS! City: .TaBotIoa. : oCl .i1i -sTZfi : Non

..F..L r'arrnttittrn, !Henlor Itaacon. II Hnnthlwnml........ .. ... ."..... .. ..... .... . ... .... .. ..... .from Lewis. Wharf' BontnnNorttilMmml No.1 8TATIOY.d. : laktl .".. ... .. ... '' r) ..........Ar TDI38tnpLv
V A. t.eley Junior li acon. ... .. ... .. .. .... .... .. .. .... .... .. .. from fnwt of Hawaii. Street, Jacksonville .... N-"w 8rnvrne.' .. .. Ar lNo.2 : ...........)rlm............. Y' 1lp48't'
r. 14. ('h.ICee' Is I IAIw..r.. BAG HOLDER ... ... ..r..k..lt..u..L.. 54up 7laa/. ......... .0.110..01............ 11'7.
/
w 'C. H. Walt..II, ,lie;> Oranll" City...... .. 62.p ...........1Ce.rprta........... 11Yf.6WAr .
l ....FroecherTyler. boles. The rod Is then bent Into a circle Clyde's St. Johns River Line. ....Or"olf.CityJnnction. I 11151' 68uaAr, .... ........S.otor ...... .. 1100.
the encU lapping and a bent support All Ir,1., between New tlm.ruR .nd. Orange AU trains between 1'1.Y\U. sad .aalor4
welded' to it. lIy tbe, aide of each UETWEEX .' \CKSONVILXK AND SANFOUD.Jaokaonville City J"pc'lon daily: except ,$und":,,. 0.117 ._"".S Sunday.haae .
l'ine'rs .. .lIoW tbe, t lutes .t which trIO,". b.-.Rp 10 arrtva 1 .
KIDNEY DISEASES grail I'alatlca, Sanford, : Fla.and I Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. nooy. w< < spar
apple or potato bin a hole can be Kuterpriae.. from the several, atatlone. but their arrival or departure a' th. tI... lta..4 l. not gaatam
bored In which to limi-rt thin support. STEAMER"D. teed nor d""". the (l.nnpany huh itself ponttible for soy slay .r say _.......A... art0.
tog tJ""Irmn.Peninsular.
Any blacksmith can make It BIUKCJIISON. -

are the most fatal of all dis- CAPT. W. A. SHAW, and Occidental S. S. Co.

Brief Mention. Leave foot Catherine .treet.JackllOnvllle BOO: p. m., Tuesdays and Saturdays.Leuve .
t' eases. An effort Is In progress to organizea Sanford B:0
KIDNEY CURE III cotton growers' protective association Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 2O4W. Bay St., Jacksonville.W. HAVANA LINE. .

fOLEY'S. for the purpose of assisting cot. Leave Miami Tnmdavi... ,........ ...11.00p.m. Arrive Key Went WedeMdays.....11.(Ma, a>
i 6uarantnd Remedy' ton planters In getting better prices for H. WARUURTOX, T. P. A., F. M.IRONMOVGKR, Kla. Pane.Agt., Leave Key Went Wednesdays....... b.1ItI p. m. Arrive Huvana Thnredars. ..... .. .Wa.( ...
Ill State 8t,, New, York. I 20& Went Hay Ht..lack' onvllle, Fla. Leave Havana Thnriday..10.0)0. ... m. Arrly. Key Went Thursday ,.,.... 6.110.. eh
tbe crop. The methods of accomplishing C. P. LOTELL, AMt.Fla. Suiit.. I f JOHN. L. HOW II RU.8ul.erlntenhmt, Leave Key Went Thnriidayn...... ... 6.aop. "'"J
ackaonvllle. Fla. I Ku .t Hogan .lurknonvllle, Fla.THO.H .
'tar,money refunded. Contains this object are. of course, yet to be D. HALEY, Local Freight nt. foot of Hogan Street JncksonvillH, Fla.TIIKO. KEY WEST LINE. .
-remedies decided. rien ral WM. P CLVDK: A CO., General Agent
recognized by emi Goats O. KOKK. ChMboroiiKh". Manuicer.HulMlnir. 1O State St..New' York Leav Miami Fridays................11.00p.m. Arrive Key Went Saturdays,.......11.00 a n.
live wind
,nent physicians as the best for cannot on .. alone_ especlally Leave' Kay Went Hundnye..,...... ... 6.HO p. m. Arrive Miami Mondays . ..... ... .80. m,
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the uot masts or tne rar west, Psaseok.ry for Bavaua can leave Miami Fridays 11.UO p. m.. arrlvlnif Key West Saturday*
.Kidney and Bladder troubles. for such diet Is ck-Lrleut In both pro 11 eJ a. m.. and remain in Key Went until 600 P. m. Sunday following, and at that time leave
Ocean Co. oa the moamehlp "Olivette," arriving Havana Monday morning.
PRICE SOe.: and $1.00. tein and carbohydrates. Dut they can Steamship:
card address
For of local time any Agent.
11. !t. WILSON alt SON. live on foot that would starve sheep or -- copy

!. __ :_ any other stock. There la a large .
.' I amount of land In Texas fit only for "Savannah Lino"Fast

( RESCUE GRASS. goats remarks Farm and Ranch.
v
It. Value For Winter Font*. !. ...1 A largely Increased .use of fertilizerson Freight and Luxurious Passenger Route from DIRECT LINE...

k Boutli-Utien to Seed. states cotton ID reported from the southern. Florida to New York Boston and the East. ...QUICK TIME

Rescue grace ((13romus. unlolol adapted to cultivation In the gulf North Texas ship large quantities of TO

states antI baa bven tried with success potatoes to northern markets. WASHINGTON,

a* far north as North Carolina. its Vnration Mlnhnp BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA,
value la In Its use for winter pasture In polnonliiKooi-uHloned) by poison Ivy
anil. hay. It ban been tried at several or oak tin skin beanies red swollen Jye NEW YORK,

.f the experiment station In the south hot and liTltiiblo, with Intense Itchingand ER CINCINNATI LOUISVILLE,

and spoken of very favorably In eastern burning. An the bison Is due to a

Texas It la rather common as a volunteer volatile acid n solution of baking soda ATLANTA.

crop and la spoken of very or nalerutiiH may be used or, still better BIRMINGHAM, MEMPHIS

highly by some of the farmers It strong soup suiU. Later dry starch nn.t33Y CHATTANOOGA
ewPa1HMReW5seeI'nf-
er t
.sows best on a rich loamy soil, and diluted over the nlTfctcd part Is benefi RAILWAY I L
ST. LOUIS KANSAS CITY
t will do well In somewhat nhn ly lota- cial. ,

tlona. On light, poor soil It produces but : 1'111 lIonou II muHlirooniH cause colic And all Points East and Waste
a scanty growth and for pasture )fu such vomiting dilated pupils and muscular

soil It Is Interior to rye. To secure. the wi-nkni'Ks. An emetic' of hot water and

most satisfactory results the mail mustard should be given at once Later (:) NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS t)
should be well plowed and' bnrrowed a tablespoonful,[ of castor oil and L E1ND dNn armed. =i.OUT s. I SERVICE LIKE THIS.

;( and the seed drilled or sown broad. stimulants! together.: with applied heat. SHORT RAIL HIDE TO SAVANNAH ,I I .

ant and harrowed In, using 30( to 4i) The symptoms usually occur within an THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS,
pounds of seed per acre. The seed la Lour Thence via Palatial Express Steamships from Savannah. 'f I
Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C
rather expensive! at present. It la sold When a person bun been bitten by a :

by most of the larger dealers end I.q is snake, the ,,'ouOIlllholJlll bo Immediately 4 Ships each week 4 I THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL, t tI

.: ted at from 25 to 30 cents per applied to the mouth and the poison I Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C.
pound or $10 to $25 per hundred. removed by suction It la believed the

weight. The seed weighs about 10 venom bits no effect upon| the mouth TC> :New! YOII:: : ..Ae THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED, 4 .

pounds per bushel. After having. seeded unless cuts and abrasions are present. Making close connection with New Yok-Boston ships or Sound Lines. Via Jesup.
a mall area .the grower may find The treatment of a wound caused by
It profitable to grow bill own seed the bite of u dog la substantially the All ticket ftRen'U and hotels aro supplied with monthly sailing schedules. THE: CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS,
l Write for general Information sailing schedules stateroom reservations, or call
,
rather than pay 25 or 30 cent per same. on Via Jesup.
pound for It. Wounds caused by tarantulas' centipedes E. H. niNTON"=' WALTER HAWK1XS=' ,

The seed should be sown In Into Augaet spiders bees wasps and other Trallio Manager, Gen'l Agt. Traffic Department. Through VeMibuled Trains Pullman Drawler Rom
2J4 W. St. Jacksonville Fla.
Savannah Ga. ,
Bay
,
or early September so as to be Insects are rarely dangerous. The local Sleeping Car, Through Coaches, Elegaat Dining Car.
ready to germinate as soon as the first application of bicarbonate of soda --- --- --------

trill rains come. In case of a dry autumn generally relieves the pain at once. Through Pullman 5tscplng Cars between Jacksonville and Cincinnati. 0.,

the crop will be late, but under Wet fresh earth common salt or a Florida Central and via Asheville N.C., cud Knoxvllle through "THB LAND OP TUB SKI"
fttvorablo conditions a heavy stand will slice of an onion nn also valuable.-

be produced, furnishing excellent pasture
Trains.
Through via
Southern Railway are now Operated
from December to April or May In Connection
with
: the Plant System from Jacksonville.
er If It Is desired' for hay one or some-

tlsues The grass two crops Is naturally may be an secured.annual, producing Blood.Ve Peninsular Railroad. SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS! it Vary Lew Hates CD Ssla kill l to :Ctp; !. 30,1 SCO;

its seed and then dying, but 1C live For ..-, .....dale. and laforuaUon, call on or addressW.
from continuous by our bloodand on
prevented seeding by
Unexcelled service from Florida to all points T. COSBY. T. P. A.,
cutting or pasturing It will survive several it.Ve thrive or starve, as ait West Bar Street. ,Jacksonville,Fla.
years and produce well but a* J. : .
K. BLP.
W. A. TURK.
a. H.
the grass dries up during the summer our blood is rich or poor. North East and West. Tradl. Manager Gen ...... Agt.. Asst.HARDWICK.Gen. P....-Agt"

the use of tlllt laud during that periodIs There is nothing else to live Waal lug'on, D. C. Washington, D. C. Atlanta Ot. .
practically lost. Hesults giving the -
mpst satisfaction In growing thin. grass on or by.When.
Two Trains dally between Tampa, Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia, carrying
'n&y IHJ secured by pasturing K until strength is full and

I ,snVtng and then letting it reseed Itsuit. spirits high we Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars, connecting at Columbia With sleepers for MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
After It has matured Its seed theJut are being refreshed .

I may bo plowed and sown prefer- bone muscle and brain; Baltimore Phila. and New York. Florida, New York,

1 to COWpeas or Japan clover, which in body and mind with con Washington, Philadelphia and Boston.

<1 be harvested In time to allow tinual flow of rich blood. w Jl \ From RrnnewlckdirecttosewYork.(!
tlw rescue grass to start again with the Also with Cincinnati! Sleeper, via Asheville.
I flit it autumnal rains. Excellent: volun- This is health. t v PASSENGER: SERVICE.

t.*.r be secured In this When weak E r
cropa limy way in low spirits, li To make eonnmtlons with steamer, leave Jacksonville
tai several )enra. Unarm Itopot on Thursday. via(Cumberland Route), 8.18 s m.rernanillnaat .
no cheer, no spring, when rest ; "Dixie Flyer" Iao Bleats\ 200p.miilentSvatemarriveRrnnawlck5.00p.m.
Oats rye bailey and hairy vetch are ; p m. en route j or .U Rail" :
i
l the other principal' annual plants is not rest and sleep) is not arrival at Hruuswlck) go directly aboard steamer.. PaangeTtin

l gnewn? with more or less success for sleep, we are starved ; our bloodis Through Sleeping Cur Route between Jacksonville and St. Louis via PROPOSE

wftlter forage In the region( to which there is little nutriment Lv.New York Pier 21 E. R.,8:00p.m., (Standard SAILINGS Time.
poor ; and Nashville ) Lv.Brunswick.
"' oH0 grass la adapted; so that It in it. Lake City, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga ; : ., ..... ..... .. ..('Of.OR.\no...... ..... ................Friday Oct It I
.IIMC be compared with these In deterBibalug m: rte .. ........... ....nIOORANDE. ......... ............ Friday 1:1:
Its relative value. Professor Back of the blood is food Making connections for Kansas City, Chicago and nil points to the Northwest. .:. . .(1II.ORAIf) .. ....... .... ...Frlday. \\II!
............. GRANDE.
ef the RiO .. ... ., ...............Frlday. Nor
1':1: Mississippi station writ. to the blood rich. For lowest rates
keep Whenit reservations and general
Information
apply to
tnc of this grass, says: "Sown, with
and New Orleans
.(1'tat care It will give a better winterptfstUre < fails, take Scott's Emulsion Through sleeping. car service between Jacksonville BASIL:' GILL, Agent, 220 W.Itay St.Jackson vll le.

than will either oats or rye, of Cod Liver Oil. It sets the via River Junction and Tensacola. C. H. M.tIiRAJMO Co.,General. General Southern Agent. Brnnswlck.Oa.
Agents Pier
anal in tbe spring can be plowed In whole body going againmanwoman Full Information on application to any: agent of this company. 21. E. River and 380 Broadway,N.Y.
with advantage as a tertlll r." For

bay. Professor Pharea says It Is equalto and child.If A. O. McDoncll L. A. Sliipman. '

a good .taud of oats. you have not tried It, wnd for free ample., Fine
Job
Professor Drunk of the Texas Agricultural Its agreeable taste ..tll..rp..**you. Work Quickly Executed
Pass. Asst.Gen. Pass. Agt.
college says: "It makes more SCOTT & BOWNB, chemists General I Agt.
hart New.
Btrrtt York
409413
forage In February and March than ,...,.mad f t.oo; all druggists. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. AT iflE ADVOCATE
OFFICE.
any pther grajt tried. When cut for








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EAST COAST ADVOCATE OCTOBER 26 1900.TITUSVJLLE. 7



" The Eminent I Kidneyand Master's Sale. 8T. AUGUSTINI \

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INDIAN:::: : :::: :RIVER:: : : ::HOTEL: Bladder Specialist. UNI>>l KR tnnvkumrv AS)) BY end VIRTUE Mia entered: OF A In DKt'RRh the fin

.,nil Court' .* the Seventh Judicial (limn PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE< 'LA.
TITUSVILLE or rlnrlilK, in and for Hravanl fount, In a ,
auM tii.Tvlu
INDIAN< RIVER, la cmimlalimnt, unit .l,.a. t'. Hruwnaitmtnlatratur This hotel Is now opon for ROOMS: ONLY. It Is centrally located, near
: of the estate of If. A. ('b".I."
Lc1 uooeawMl.. ami Kr..H-rck! \ Infant, aradtirnilam 1'0810tlloo. hank and Cathedral.:
.
'h"I".n
. FLORIDA. *. I will ""II at in tru"e Rooms fiOrts to tl.OO per day; $1.50 to $(I.00 per week.
ref tho I'>mri HI.UM r. In 'lltUKvllle, Klort.Uduring \ .
tlir (vital hnurauf aalo,on the V. 1>. SANCHEZ Manager: '

FIRST MOM: AY IX NuVKMHKH. A. IX, 110(1.t. \ ( _. 'u. _
J. O. BAST, Proprietor. .> the hliilKwt. and 1-eat Mililt for rand the
W following ilmti-rilxxl rent, suits attnat In the ... : (
County nf KravalU mid I"a'e..f.rlll..., to wit: ALGONQUIN HOTEL lU JSTINF.Y TIIE-1'1FLORIDA. ,
K. lotnmrnrliig' at u" point two hundred and 8T (l : [ ,
F d The hotel fronts on the eighteen ,j|ms ) r r .t daRwr wide sweep of bay(7( miles ,tKviiiy (:'l'), '1.wlI.hl"Iv.n"| .. (_>tI. Everything Ihst-t'III.. Centrally l bleated. Special; attontlon to Com :
.south, Kuiiira, tlilrt.v-nve. (tall), mat; tlittiiee. north
in width), formed" by the DIM hiiixtrfil' and, llfly-IUo" ((1AA) yank, Iheiueaat merclal\ ami Toitrlat Travel. I"U'Itlwl'lll.lI' hte.1 Sample Rooms, Grand
Indian River making it a .. alxty-tlirro:. (tut: y..nl"l) tliont- south oneliunitnol
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) t delightful summer resoi ,iiut ttfty.n (t55)/ / ) ariln, tlienoti wtwtsixtythrcc View ot liny nnd Ocean from verandah" Rates. *J! to |ia.:! :>(> per tiny
e o I a ,rut> ants" to point. uf Ixwlmitnir:,
IT 't. Constant cool .Mid lot imntaiiiliig two (3: Huron, more or h>M.AM Special\ weekly and monthly rates i
breezes from the sea and ) > lot In Plater! and County .foroi>"..1. .1...
'
ar i I ( bay. Flowing sulphur The Discoverer of Swamp-Root at Work U aoriledasttdlo...: "'Umnencingat. ...outh-wpn NOR, A. MITCIIKT.L, Manager.
Eli Laboratory. corner of Net'thut twi>nt.vmi>|lll), towi .hlptwentyone .
i npilngs. :Special:; summer (211. south, Range; tlilny.tlv (Ant, nut;
} rates. There Is a disease prevailing In this lllemw east olicluy! (till) ,anlatMmoenurihst'v SAItATOUA:' Si'ItINDIN:' Y.

country most dangerous because so dacep- <-ntv-M..voii and.K I..lf Ot,) >.....1"1 theme weal --- .-----.------
tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by wlRuty (tstl') yants. themes south' hnvuntyoovinHiiil I ;
III Imlf ,iT7V) yar" to V..lnt..r txKilinliiKand .
--- -- -- - It-heart disease pneumonia heart failureor i
oonlnliiliiH' r/ttOandfrat'tionserrotiters "r EVERETT HOUSE ;
Titusvtlle noar(1I11 -lIollle8. apoplexy are often the result of kidney ,lens.. S.It.TtW.1'lmHlS, V. Y. \
disease. If kidney trouble Is allowed to advance JOHN HENRY,
the kidney-poisoned blood will attack 2tM-v10ort Hiiwlnl| Master.Coutntisslolter's Thla'benutlful family hotel will\\ open for tho I0th season, under the same \ k\

the vital organs or the kidneys themselves --- ntnnagelllent, on Juno lat, llHH). I

Mims' Boarding House TITUSVILLE, FLA. break down and waste away cell by cell. Sale.:' New plumbing, with (no latest Improvements has boon' pot In throughouttho .. 1'
Then the richness of the blood-the albumen entire house, nnd II ban also been newly palntod anti refillnlahnd. '

-leaks out and the sufferer has Bright' ND1tR The hot\II accommodates' hundred guests: (at roiiMonablo rates) and has !
Pleasantly situated within short distance of Railway Station. Special AND sty VIUTl'K OF A FINAL
Disease the worst form of kidney trouble. U deems or fornrlimnro anA sale! entered In live hundred' feet' of slimly plitaxiv.' I I
attention given to Ladies. Transient rates reasonable. Special weeklyor Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new dis- the t'ire,It ( Our a of thin. leov..nlh..liuliiUCircuit The locution, opposite Wlmlaoi' Hotel on South llrondway, Is ono of tho beat i I

monthly rates. covery is the true specific for kidney bladder wlu>re.1 11 i>f KIIIIIII;t lotula, it Day for. llnward and H.foiiuty.I', Ilay I .Ina are cans ronplulnaul in Siirntogn and only ono block h'omII, the pilnolpal springs' t \\1
MBS. C. N. MIDIS, Proprietress. and urinary troubles. It has cured thousandsof and (lian. UiMiil>.iiar,jr., an hxm-uto: For terms and other purtloularn\ address. '
apparently hopeless cases after all other of tint KHlHl<>r ('h".., UtHHly"ariliH-iiaH.d, ,.t.at.\ P. M SUAUKZ 8al'ltoltlSI'lnJtR N. Y. l
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efforts have failed. At druggists In fiftycentand are dnfnnilHiitii. I will sell at public Ion I In I
front ul the Court, Mnimn dmr. at 'I'ltimvtlli. .
JACKSONVILLE.Merritt's : dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free Florida, daring the I"lfah"I ..,* ot Hit I a upon the ',
by mall also a book telling about Swamp- FIRST MONDAY IN NOVK.MIthR A. 1) HUM. CLAHKNOOV I'II-IUNOS.:'

Root and Its wonderful cures. Address to the lilKtient, and bust lildditr< for the fo ---- -- .- -- .- -. -- ----- _.---
.OLD CAiti.BToy..... Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and lowing .duM-rllit-il reel fntnte aim oaRhl In lira
Hotel Rathbim mention this vnrd ......Iy. "Florlda at ItiH-kludizn, town: Clarendon House and I f. I II.
paper. .. Springs
New Jacksonville Fla. tam that iiiirnnti port l n i>f Lot survey iiiinilH-r, In oneiDavi-ontlnit'I'ow..hl.n.y.\ : t". Cottages, ClarendonVt.: .

live (CJO) Plinth of )RanK tblrty..ls l ((1111)) K:set. (In I.. I j
Hm-tloii fifteen (tfl), c<>uitn *milur( at a unit I on Located a beautiful valley In the town of Clarendon among; the preen Mils i I
Market and Bay Streets, fronting St. Johns River. American plan. the 1 west hank .lit Indian liver wVilrh l In Hvo Inn, .
I .tired antithn.Ottl: > tort Plinthulth0snotInnline Vermont, at an eluvntlon 1 of l.UtM! ) feet nbovo thu l level l of the sea, three miles i i

ELECTRIC ELEVATOR, Street Cars from Depot pass the door. ItI"t.hlnK rotato. betwwn 8vt-t loim t,,,, (10)) anil nitm-n ((111I.) run fromVo ItnthuHI Station Oil the I 1). A II. n')'. Their locution very accost- i
Properly mulched potatoes grown In west from miltl |iulnt on Ihs Houth line\ of <]n o. Lila from tho prominent cities\ of Now Knglinut and Now fork, b"lnt only seven
Family hotel : steam heat. OPEN YEAR HOUND. Cafe and Grill a well Ilrl\lnPlllloll are exempt from the T. HII It hY lot. ion point in the <- ..
Kt>a laH loratod lNn. 14th IHn. : ,
rooms attached Florida trade especially catered for. Rates from ravnjres of the Colorado bug, also from lliuni'U down the rtiiitivr' of saldroaahra. poln -
the potato's worst Consequently on a Hun one Iiiiiulrod. and sixty, live rest (UMaoiitli ,/ ) l J
blight .
$2.50 to $1. per day. Special: Summer rates-rooms [fiOo, 750 and *1 with baths. enemy. Ilipnce east on Maid linw to the India 1I1'NIf'HI'IN\'IJ.I.I': :' '. x. c. I
they are \perfectly grown cud l River, thence invaiidcrlnK the river shore nortl
Bus meets all trains. C. A. MERRITT, Lessee. perfectly matured.! That old saying that words to tho 1Ilteo or ,point ol cunuueneenteLt! ,

mulched potatoes are foggy and heavy V. A. MOItdAN'umml..r. THE ,v II]"a F I. 1 Olt: IIKNDEUSONVILLE:, N. C.HrnderKonvlllo's 1

should he a thing of the past. OF.O. M. nIIJ\Js( \ New Hotel. j
WINDSOR, HOTEL... JACKSONVILLE< FLA. Holloiuir for Complainant' Nicltno
One of first mistakes was! the
my Open all tho year Altitude 2,5.10: foot The dryeat climate In North Carolina. :
use of too much straw: second In applying
It too soon, especially In early :Notice.IN Coif \links. Twenty-live items beautiful grove. One hundred anti twenty-five i
*
planting and third In applying It too bedrooms. Kloctrlo \lights. Steam heat. Elevator Tennis. court Hull room t

;!e.. late. These are but a few of the many nitcrrr TOTRT: OK THK "SEVENTH: ". Mineral Springs [lath rooms. 'I'rn-pln alleys. All modern convonlonces. 'r
mistakes. Punctuality In every part of iliclal Cln-iiit of .'I..r..h..11I and for lln.. j
s.-' vard County In Cliamry. I For further Infoiniallon alltll'lIteM. address iHAItUKN t
thevol'l( means success.
Kdlth 'fh...""., )
Mulching In a forcing\ process. To secure -1'SHllipuDivnrne, ,t WHKKLKIt\ I'rul'llett'I'II| IlendeiNimvlllo, N. C.

the best results It requires third Charles c. Thon a. J
.. No consumptive I Htllkc 1'1\,11,1\ rates for June. .
l Mm RltlilHVlt of F. .I.Woblnolicltor
t more seed to the acre, width of rows It npiu-Hilnit for the by ooinplalnnnt' 'In th, ahnvo ens. :__ _________-T-- N
t about 2 feet 4 or 2 feet' fl end dropped! titled CIIIINP' that (ili-ttmttant' Cluirli-H C'. ThoinuHIn .
.y CF close In the row. By so doing I Increase a noii-roHlilunt.. ; of tht-Htatn or Flr/dxnnd/ ,
that auld defer dent In over The age of I Hotel
the yield 40 to (H) bushels lair acre, and title yours, and tlmt\ afthint.. .liplipvoa ho la W"'lly.I. Imperial IIKMKI1MNV1LLK( :, N. C.
at the game time get: a very small per kcjti-e, Alui'iiiua' I''. H. A., and there, la nh "P'RI.II. ;
In the "alum' of KlurhlM' atirvlce' or a mihpoun.
cent of unmarketable potatoes and upon. whom would l Mad' said ilMfpndiint.,
avoid growing those very large ones) It thttreforo.... ordered hIlt tam Haiti dtifonilmido Tu M o and service th'st-oltias. Hall room and oroliontrii.. Hath suites
.. to answer the bill of puinplaltit,' I III
OPPOSITE CITY PARK. OPEN THE YEAR ROUND. which are coarser fleshed and I nearly the appear Hbovo entitled unites, upon tho and all modern appointments. Modoruto rates Hint special rates to

RATES, $2.50 and upward. DQUOB tit CULLENS. always hollow. From a four years' tent FinST MONDAY IN NOVKMHKK: A. !>., imx! fiunllles. Apply to JlIIII4. 1'. It. I.OVK.

with clover\ chaff I can safely say that the sumo lipluit{ the fifth .h.y..r sail month at ,

I know of no better results to be obtained the ollliio. of ,the. clerk or mild, ",,"rt1 Tltuavllle NK\V: YOIIK. X. V
West Day and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE ,
Klnrlihi.It
HOTEL llriivunl Ciniuty.
WESTMORELAND from Its than scattering It
lisa .
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FLA. I la further heavily on n well drained clover sod. lli'atloii b... pnhlinliod, th...KAi.r Ci User AnviCAI "

American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- land thoroughly mixing It In, the soil vard'K,, a(1I1I..tyIrlda.newHpapcr\ pnbllHluid, for In four Tltimvtlla oonmicntH, Jtrn. Southern Hotel

and using good seed and giving\ It alight weeks, NEW YOU, N. Y.
ed this season. Fine cooking and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water covering three Inches In depth.lu Ixiuennd onlpnsil, at TlruenIlle.lIrevard l I'nlln.1.
_,) ly. Florida, title aril day of OctulwrBHAL ,
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All conclusion I will say that this will 1 | A. !>., JINX.(
( J |A. A. HTKWAHT, :.T.Mli Sheet anti Uroiidwuy New York N. Y.
be forty-llrst of growing: potatoes ,
year
street cars pass the door. Rooms 50o, 7)0; and $1 a day. Rooms aud my l'\urk\ Clrvult Court
by the mulching process writes a F.J. Wriiti.Hobullor. PltOSKKY:; : IIKOH., ManiiRors.
board $2.00 to f 2.50 per day. correspondent to The National StockmanrIr for.Complulnant. Bm-t.2no" .

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. -- -


1'I..w. end Not*. \lIIHt'r'H:: Salfl.UNDFR If You Have Not It

FL.J .\ Of Important wheat growing countries AM> BY VIIlTtK OFI 1>F<'RKF:
Duval Hotel JACKSONVILLE, United StntR.ltuRsl1l ...- and sale entered the Clrmi .
three alone-the ,
It C'..nrt..r the Hnvenrh Jinllrl (Clrvul
and India-produce' an. Important of Florida' for llrvvnrd (''''III.y.I'' a OIIIIHH thnroIn
wherein .1. K. 1'owell.lr., I. <-otnplnliiunt
located. and excess over their' own consumptive ik'iKinlliit| and: John F. Ixilanvy. tit / \.j are doinndantii Found What You Want. :
repaired
Thoroughly re-
Centrally
Opposite postoffine. demand Austria-Hungary Is I w III Nell at publlo auction In front
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . t. also an exporter but on a umall scale. of the Court llonae door at 'l'IIII"llIe, Florida' .
during the !legal! hours of ado, on the
Rates $2.50 per day and up. France endeavors, with varying sue
n: W. SPEIIKY,. Proprietor. cess from year to year, to meet her FIRST MO>OAY IN' !NOVK.MHER A. !>., lace, )o'or" Ilomn, suppose you take a trip down and look at our
to the Million nuil lest, bidder. for inch t the f"l
own consumptive) demands. Germany !lowing: ilinrrlhHil. real entiitn ,ltiiat,..il, In the Fruit mid Garden Lands. along the f
and Italy are Importers the latter an Cuniitr: of llravanl, .and State of l> .lorlda. viaroinniumliin ,
,, : at a point MX, hundred, and alsty,
the Russian ,
The Traveler's Hotel. Important customer on feet. noiitli from nicimilcr. oornnra of Mention East Coast
markets.A .;(even and Fourteen tliMtu-n running went ttmilnllvlmmi ,
)line iHitwaen, lot One unit mint fraotlmml .
species\ of digger wasp destroysthe part of lot I inn, anven hunched. fret mars
apple worm. The wasp lit supposedto or I..H, tht-iir aouth fin aid Him, three. hundrm.

MRS. N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. paralyze the worm by stinging It. and River thirty tlll", "no fact" nortli tl t-nco aloiiu. rant bank to bank of raid of Indian river Settlers are (locking/ lnbut| still there U room. If you are

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Electric It then lays eggs upon the worm and three liuiiilred, and thirty f.wt. and to the polnoflHiitlnntniri ) looking tills way, drop a line to
larvic { and' iwintalnlnic, six, auroK. ., more ..rleo.anil
these hatch the
when young
.
Lights, Electric Bells, Complete Service. feed upon the worm sucking the Juice \ "1'8.licliiif.Section: a r..n..IIrt..r fnurrren Towimblp east f rnntlonallot thirty JAS. E. INGRAHAM.3rdVlce.l'resident,

THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. from tho carcass and leaving only the Wroth, Ittuge. thirty.eaght' East.U. COAST
L. (IACT.DFN: FLORIDA EAST ItJY; ,

-Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Traveler's.HOTEL shriveled skin. 141N101..1' Master AUGUSTiNE FLA.
>
j Soy beanq. which are produced at (]1r.O. M. UOIIII1NH, ST. ,
Hoili'ltur for Complainant. 11I1.2110"' .
tho rate of 10 to 20( bushels per acre 1

JACKSONVILLE!:, FLA. are a valuable feeding stuff as they

OXFORD, Opposite St. James Hotel. are quite high In protein and to some Chancery Hale. The Nation'sBest t

extent take the place! of sucb materialsas "San Mateo"
senlent ) the ration.A .
linseed meal In
IIV VIIUTB OF A WTRKK:
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant U1'I1Hr.RINn' and ode' ,,.n.r..lln l tha 1'1,. Cigar ,,1J,1J7t
a planto
stay. Hates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack- California grower proposes cull Court of tIfIve"th, .luthulal Circuit
restrict the acreage of hops to be of Florlila' for Hnnrard .." In thvra.In .

son v\lle.\ 1'tRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. harvested next fall and thus Insure plelnantand.
more remunerative prices. Because will mil at iml, )>lle aurtlon In front ot MM CourtHouse luVI(1L.
tho Industry Is confined to limited door, In Tltuavllla., lorlila.. upon ;he
Corner Duval and Clay Streets.JACKSOYVIl.LE ,
GLENWOOD HOUSE FLA. areas In four states American Agriculturist FIRST MONDAY IS NOVEMBER. !>., mace Why buy Imported clears, made/ from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with

I points out that the proposition during* l....1 h..r. or aal, and to the lilili--. opium and other drugs( when you can have the pure Florld.t l leaf at n five-cent lit. ]
,. l. I
.110",1"1)
I la simpler than the cotton problem eat and Zest Whirr bur eaiih. thus ( < acrltxMl
the week or month. Good real .5ral..Inutwl. In 111'1I".1'11 ConntvKlorlila.towlt price? .
Rates, $1.50 per day. Special rates by : and were hop growers to work In unison / :: I..it tlir.t. (Jerlil'a'kseven) ( .

table. Hot and cold water baths, etc. Ten minutes from Depot ', It would stand a fair chance of of ofaald the. Town town of rwonliwl Mnlhonrna In, the aooonllnic Clark'to ottlro the plat of FREE BY MAIL TO ANY'l DM: : or S3. . tl.OI : 11

and Postofftce. icrornpllKbmftit.llow'ti. ntyllit Hr.vard.(>nmt, ('lit.);, South paid land ItonK I win tlilrtjr-wiveii IT, In rownnhlp ADDRESS......] llo.'orr.o. . . . 1.7$ 1, II

MRs CAUL C. CURTISS, Proprietress. Tills! Et. ,'

reward KRKI KRICK A. MOIWIAV,. a. W i cw LE Y 1 1j
------- --. --.----- ---- -- - -- -- We offer One ITiyulred Dollars C'liorolnaloniir. In C'bamwrr.OEO. ,
PAULO IIKACII. for any case of Catarrh that cannot be M. ROBIIINH, j
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.f. HollvlK'r for Complainant. BortZnov HAN MATEO, FLA.

J. CHENEY: A: Co., Props., Toledo, O. f

the undersigned have known F, Xutlrel I' I
Ocean View Hotel PABLO BEACH, FLA. I We ;
J. Cheney for the lat 13: years, and belIeve '

him perfectly honorable In all business Notice l U h'rithv '.lT..n thai on the. 1Mb day. of Prepared
The Hotel is located close on the Ocean front. East Coast Railway now transactions and financially able to VtolxT. A. D.l1'..". I shall theCountyJudge I.. I
and Beach. amddsn, attlui oflln <>( ,otHrarmnl II
service between Jacksonville Pablo obligations made by their .
controls and performs the carry out any ; Parole. In Tltuavllln rlari'Isfors'i- I'
and commutation ticket will\ be placed firm. thorlty to salt the follnwlnir Trains hourly, low rates of fare, a and table first-class. Fresh West A: TrauK, Wholesale Drngirlsra. part the pni|...rty of an iofant, Corbin )1. Il.,. 2 and I

on sale-on opening of the season. The cuisine Walling, Kinnan A: Marvin, Wholesale Holds, jr., towlt: on the west hank of Indlrn 1tA'rd RoofingltICIIMONI '
is H Klu al. pert
Fish, Clams and Fish Chowder every day.. The bathing palllion superior Druggist; Toledo, O.IIall' Blr.r, wbu-h la Bouth" iati"a., 4.1 in In. Rot. and ,

ID Its appointments. Meals 500 each, $2 per day. Weekly rates, Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, sit lest t, Hwtlon illnunt 10. Township from the Je Nnr'h.. Wroth....i. Hanio rornorofIjnt 41, Gravel... .-

110 to $12, according to location of room. Rooms easuito and single. acting directly on the blood and mucous" Kant; thence. run west to ran,* II.... thence :FI..eac1v-J: : Wor- se.
A. M. BECK Manager. surface of the system. Price 7.>c. per aunth on ranx tins to a.part at the nortnwmtrornar .
then. eel toa
til Win, If. Timer. land;
bottle; sold by all druggists. Testimonials i..Mt no wear bank nt Indian River, tlwinuamutlnil and
Lining Papers
-- -- -- - free. east. U> the water of Ih* rlverthenew; Building ,
];;. ...... of the
ST. .AUOUSTI Hall's Family Pills are the best. northerly, ro and rlnt the a lK
river to a emi due. nut nf In.* starting point;
Oil
Hoof Paints Creosote
thence want to the. poles or btHtlnnloK, containing ,

AUGUSTINE, FLOKIDA. ..Notice.VOTICE 1 34 1101''''. T.A.T4tT\f4oJ: : ,
FLORIDA HOUSE '. Administrator Estate i'urhlnM. Black Varnish etc.
deeaNeu.aloof. ,
19 HEREBY OIVEXTHATO3f MOJCf : Keynulda,Br.,

Centrally located. Passenger elevator. Steam beat. Porcelain baths. day. April for tat,n.c'&I::: : ,,p and* n s/iVy 7acavmnta Attorney. M. WaeIas.fnr"AdmlatstnlM |4 ep-12ort Write for Catalogue Samples Prices, etc

the entire year. Liberally .... ,
Rates $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 per day. Open for my dlm-liarR. u xlmiolntratrU of tb '
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Dollars of !Natban' *' mund"rn. __ too the
Thousand was UU attention Is drawn
230. More than Fifteen Tle..UIe.I'lurl y/- Subscriber, your THE AHMITAGE MANUP'G CO.
conducted. Capacity f<...ntyjoa".tf Ilrevard County, at ,
hotel. Every modern Improvement that Ja. to the naro -andlate slip parted upon
this
expended this summer on BAtTXDElW. ID
8411.H. If are
contributes to the Health, Comfort and Pleaaare of Ita't' baa been 0 c'). )(. Ro.It. Administratrix.Attorney your paper pleae or wrapper.remit. you 2OO to (3300 'VlJllamlllburll' Aye., >, VA.s ..
arrears,
C. HAYDEN, )Iana er. for Admlnlatratrla. lOaug-Umifcn
added, regardless of expense.



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t EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 26, 1900. --



I To Hotel Proprietors, OBITUARY.Robert r 8. W. CARROLL, W. E. GOLDSMITH. E. L. se..A.C: Y &;, $:RO: .,


I To Commission Merchants, C. was born Nov Carroll & Goldsmith. -DEALERS IN-
Scrlmgcuur
To Storekeepers and others.... :!(), JH2U: In Pertli Scotland.: When he Dealers In GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS,
and, ,
20 of ago he left /Scotland
was years
for MAPES FERTILI/
If you want to get Rood; results came to Ameilua, and secured work 8S GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds.line of We Roods are and agents solicit the trade. of all .,,in.,mn.I .
In the. above
advertise In the bookkeeper at the Greenwood Cemetery, We deal exclusively Groceries delivered at your station.
He that for Write us for prices on Grain and all ,
New York. kept position ers.
2 ADVOCATE he seized will ail Crockery Glass and Tinware. Your Patronage Solicited. TITUSVILLE FLA.
EAST COAST when was I E. L. BRADY & BRO.
the California\ fever, and went there, via: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
before the railroad __. __ _. __ .__ ---------- --=
,i TCTUSVILLE Indian River, FLORIDA the Isthmus of I'annma, H I' ----- ---- -'-- --

i e The '''ADVOCATE clrculatps'ex tensivey was built. Ho stayed In Californif THE FLORIDA ORANGE: INSURANCE. Protect Your FIRE
until ha was 33; then started back 01 Robbins & Graham Co.
I I the lemon, pine ( Against
] throughout orange, the ill-fated ship Gate City which wai Property ,
apple vegetable' and fish sections of wrecked. When ho landed In New Yorli Henry. Wattcrion. Declares. It!.The g".n. -

Florida, an well an It throughout la known an ever the, he had not enough money to pay hli of Fruit. (Incorporated) LJGEITN"JN'Gnn.d.:: :: : :: : OYGLON
Slate In the Union. ferriage\ having lost everything in the PAID -CAPITAL $25,000.00.: and the
"Pink Taper of Florida." wreck. He started In business for him A piece of news In a small way that I represent! all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, Mutual Life
The East Coast of Florida has Home of self in Brooklyn and married his first will be deeply appreciated Is the announcement \ This company ownsLANDS Insurance Company. Am also Agent; for Surety:! Bonds of the City
the finest hotels in the United /Simon' wife. By her he had three children twc that Florida will have ,an Invest.-: Safe Deposit & Surety: Co., of Philadelphia, Pa

F i" and nearly every hotol la overllowlni/ ; tons and one daughter." ; Ills wife dying;,,. orange crop of ]1,000,000 boxes this. yea I : Rates Information. etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCUUYLER \
For
with tourists during the winter. NOW the since the great freez ,
/ lie came South:! in 1878, and after spendIng largest yield Titusvllle\ Kla.
ADVERTISE. Give, much in la the Indian River Country On the I St.
I IS YOUK TIME TO some time In Jacksonville came to : One million boxes is not cor ;
the AnvocATfc:your ad. and you will ''pot Titusvllle where he has been Identified 'parison with the ISO crop of between, LucIe River\ ; at New River and on Bay .-- -
regret; It. Our oflice la a kind of llurea with its Lusiness, Interests ever since. t1L0fl,000and ,0t.0t)00, )) the last big;yield.< FACTORY.TITUSVILLE
EI I of Information. For rates etc., address At three different times he held the office but It Is about four times as large; as the Blscayne. Prices to putt the times. INDIAN RIVER ICE .

( Advertising Manager TUB ADvocATE,. of postmaster. In 1880 he married Mrs. 18\111! ), production The 11)01) yield, It Is Send for Land tlst..Offices FLA.Is .
'il 'I' Titusvllle.'Fla.BIRTHDAY Mary A. Lowden who survives him. lie estimated, will reach 1,500,000 boxe ,
died Tuesday Oct. 23,11)110!) at S a. in to From this it may be seen that the Flu at Titusvllle and Miami Fla. prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention

I the regret; of hiM numerous friends In Titusville Ida groves/ are being rapidly restored. 1 In paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.T. .
N Ii WEDDING \ and other places Along Indian a few years the output will be larger than OEO. M, ROBR NS, F. A. MORGAN
.
i River where he was highly respected. it ever was before and the delicious fruit President. Actual' T. WETMORE Proprietor.ROBT.
...and...
The funeral services were held In the will once more abound in the markets.
1 ,I Anniversary Presents. Presbyterian church at i 0 a. m., Wednesday ;The Florida orange Is the queen of. Breyard Abstract of Title Co,
fruits. Ponco de Leon searched the pel '
October 24. Mrs. W. M. Woodward
,
presided at the organ playing softly Insular over for the fabled Fountain ,of WILL FURNISHAbstracts L. MOTLOW,
Ii C "/ ({; Jr while the body wag being carried Iuto Youth without success, but a wiser man of Title
with the first and TITUSVILLX: ; FLA.
the church. Mr. and Mrs.. Oeo. W. /Sco- would have been content COCOA
JEWELERS, bie rendered a very beautiful hymn. orange grove. The tropics pioduce notl -FOU LANDS IN-

i JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Then the pastor road a selection of Ing else so delicate, so seductive to the, Brevard County.Office Four full Quarts Whiskey DELIVERED 83.20
I Scilptuieand I olfercIIII'nyer. Mr. Hughes nostrils and no ravishing to the Last ,
choHe for a text what seemed to him It provokes the appetite but while I It under Law Office of .
,THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,. the most appropriate passage; of Scilp- satisfies it never cloy If Tllanla hRd OEO. M. BOBBINS, -_ -- -

i tore: Zich., xlv-7: 'It shall come to over tasted of a perfect Florida orange FL, .
; .that at evening time Jl shall be he would have added! to the ethers, Tirusvit.MC:, r
'i Asso's.Furooua pass Son.
i Brewing \ ; bill of fare the exhorted her tallies to Jas. Fritchard chi

ljthl.Ve'are apt to think and speak, of nightas provide for Bottom: East Coast Meat Marke
St.Louis Keg and Hot. the symbol of the lIal k experience of "Hop In his walks and gambol his evetFeed ;
,::1' tied Iloer. life. We speak of the day of prospeilty him with apricots and dewberiles. ,
\ &" Motlow,, and the nlghtof/ adversity. They pictureto With purple grapes green ilgs and mulberries O. F. DUREN Agent. ..=oalors: : :Iss.Hardware...
Bold by Mann. I.onloy
Ult the brightness and shadows of life. :
I Tltnnvllle, Pis." a::
By Mr. R. 1>. Atoilow OOOOH, Fla Tlio hope of the ahlulug nun ever beck The hone tlags steal from the bumbl c9 0C :
By Mr.W .1. Tucker Cocoa oiitl ons tin onward with its I'alncowed light been." .'
i It'! Fort rietue, Flu. while the gloom and darkening, of night All the grapes and lilts and dewberries cn; W

tends to us as the symbol of the gilds that were ever grown are not equal tone : P
: JOSEPH ZAPF und sorrows that. cloud the pathway of perfect orange/ with its golden rind< -
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our yenis. These symbols are frequently packed full of the sweetness and exquie j:3:: ,
:;:1 J ? Sole Agent. unfit! In the :'crlplul'e.-one: standing) ite flavor of the tropics. Orange juice r A+
for the pleasures of lite I he other for was at least one of the Ingredients in the -
f the dark experiences of life. Hut the around Heb
Street imbrottia that was paused by
020() West Bay ,
010
to
I Itible has always the silver lining for the to the /gods and goddesses on Mount 25' 4 yF3. ;.. Box 212 ,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. larkest[ night and the radiant promises -Mympns If, indeed the whole cup was S":: .C-
: I of God's truth stand out like the sun at lot squeezed bodily out of the yellow 3flTUSVlLLE
F oIid.a.: :
I Il' noonday globe. yn :: Titustiri11o: : ., -
1 Choice "And It shall come to pass that at Another thing that makes the Florida FLORIDA
I f'y WlnesLlquort"qt iventng' time It shall be light," It Is as range so welcome la that It comes to< ---- -- -- ---
If moray and grace go beyond nature and the North In the holiday season, reach "'JTlio TIn'oo ",Vhys ___a i! C't_ !VeI3re<1 E5 P !
and Clears "What If evening, does come with '
"lay : ng thin city about Thanksgiving: day ant The
I i Guaranteed Pure. Itll shadows It shall be light." The life ring most perfect just at Chrlatmastime. -- Opportunity may come to few or many to Inspect a \l lI !
I ryI R hat nan just ended found that true. lie I The oranges of California, which WHY KILI YOUR MOCKING' BIRD]
Sold at reduced 'onnd the light; of Divine grace to for. hough so Rood are Inferior to the Flor with atale food when you can choice assortment of Fall I
I price llvtmess( In the. evening time of life. We da product, come on the market some 1>uy the Southern Home Mocking Bin I
i I Imported ire more prone to use the wine man's what later, but they last longer and an, Food fresh every day nt 25o per lb.; sent. NOVELTY DRESS GOODS
Tofcikjr Wine leHcrlptlon of old age that. of Ezekiel: welcome substitutes for the more de anywhere lOe extra to pay freight. I |

from Italy. 'The sun and the light and the. moon iclous fruit of the South. suffer from CHILLS A FEVER
and the stars will be dark." That is, all May Floridian greves wax ID size, WHY when you can got a bottle c'homae' ,in Black and Colors, such as Poplins, Crepons, Satln-Sololl, Venetians" ,
.. >outward comforts and prosperity whetuir until not one mllllor i I I
B. Togni md productiveness Chill and Fever Tonic, guaranteed I Will be one ?
John by day or by night will\ be eclipsed nit twenty. to fifty million\ boxes be an to cure for oo.() ON SALE TIIIS WEEK. you
,
St and 'withdrawn and one body ailment and until\ chile
Saloon 121 East Bay iually harvested, every
ti Metropolitan vill conntnntly follow another. "And lave, at Christmas time at least one oftu'lle WHY suffer' from a splitting HEADACHE 1 Chas. A. Gardner Titusville. Fla. I
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA fears' shall be In the 'way." Yes; that gorgeous golden globes/ of sweet when yon can get a bottle -

Whole..le. and Jlet. .ll...... picture U true If'e do not love God less.-Louisville Coulter-Journal. of Thomas' I lead ache Cure that will Furniture Dry Goods Shoes .4ja
"nIl.try to serve his son, :Jesus: ChrUt!; cure you 'in short order for lOc.
but \It we seek Him, we shall find D'\1i.n II. R. THOMAS,
CHURCH NOTICES.Rev. ----- 3rE t a--r .
HOTELS BOARDING HOUSESAND evening time It shall be light.\ Hiemlst: Druggist. LaVllla Pharmacy
W e'e.mnut help but foul sorry to hay Jacksonville, Fla.
OTHERS. 'ur lends go; but with the. wish tha John A. Hiighes will preach ai.
Mr. Scilmgonur!: might have lived lunge ;ockledge next Sunday, the:i8th I nut.it .
comes the feeling of apology for thithuught. 11 a. m. SAY BROTHERSL-
The Bicycle Hospital
Rev. J. E. Mlekler, of Titnsvllle\ will
Forgive, blest shade, the tributary tear >,react next luod.lYI1ul'nlng: .and evenIng -
i That mourns! thy exit from a worMlike at Cocon.. lot where "hE'ehlof all descriptions are
M this; repaired on the shortest notice at -A"TKAFLOI"DA. GROCERS.
forgive the wish that would have kep Services In the Presbyterian church moderate charges.
time here, text Sunday an fallows: Minday school Jp-to-date wheels for hire at all. timesDOWLINO .
v If you want Fr Hh allli Turtle etc. KO
I..i)1I't; : fmr We make a Special Feature of our
sale and Retail:I Flail r C'ompuny I blUn.STo J. A. Hughes, pastor.
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of Oooan it.,itixl.Oity Market -.--- more confined to grovelling scenes of Archdeacon B. 'F. Drown will hold
------- - night, divine Rervlco on Sunday the 28th Inst., Mail Order Department.

rrhc 13i"e,vary: No more a tenant pent In mortal clay; Wavelund-leiisen at 10JO:: a. m., ant<
Now should we rather hall thy glortou at Eden at 3 1' m.; also at Jupiter on
)1O AVest flay st Jnckaonvillo,,, night Tuesday, the 30th,at 10 a. m. and 7 p. m. e.7 Knowing how difficult it Is In some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES tilled j
And truck thy journey to realms of' :tr6 t HEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them \
FINE day.Deceased's. The Twelfth Annual Indian River promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory.
Wines Liquors and Cigars. remains were I Interred I\t Inptliit Association will\ meet at Indian \ITe carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida and hare
LaGrange cemetery on Wednesday" morn iln' on November 0, 10 and 1 t. This as- many articles not usually found in other and smaller bouses.B3P .
TCnER
ociatlon embraces all baptist churches ( & IIA ,
1lnaeh Extra Palo on Draught log quite a large; number of friends following > Jacksonville. SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
Aeheu.er! rom Lake Helen to Miami, and a good; 12 Laura street, -
the body to the grave, which .
Cold Lunch Served D. lIy. - -
Fine ittendanoe is expected.
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The best of !Service: JOHN and F. MUNCH a pleasant Mgr.qulel after wreaths Interment of lowers(was coveiod, placed with there beautiful by- VIAINHARD BROS.;,, In our Contracts

o<*lrt. lends. Sale. of a Wrecked. Cni-go. $1.25 per week
$5130.Invested

CANCER CURED at HOME. '. Mew Florida Mctiilne.. Mr. C. li. Wheldon, representing the Gleaning and Dyeing weeks Will

rational Underwriters' Association, of Return $$240
----- F. A. Mann the veteran editor Daytona few Yoik w"sln town part of Wednes- Istabltahraent 12 Newnan St., Clothing You ,
NO KNIFE, NO PAIN. and St. Augustine has formed a day and Thursday" on return from Go- leaned, dyed. repaired and pressed.

Bond for free book. A r Cancer Sanitarium, and the. first of next month will\ Issue the the cargo; of the wrecked Danish barque
FLORIDA new Florida Magazine. The former li 'aul, which was blown ashore during Mutual Fidelity Co.
BHLLEV1KW -
the father. of the Gazette New editor the hurricane that. destroyed Galvestnn. For Sale ,
and many of our reiiders know him personally Tbe' Paul was loaded with red cedar -
as well as through' Ills writingstr. ; which Mr. Frank E. Bond purchased for At Daytona on the Halifax, six acres of Baltimore Md.
NEAR & TAYLOR Ackerly U new In the. literary Held,,. the Bond Lumber Co., through Mr. choice hammock land cleared, fenced ,
but Is an Intelligent; ., cultured gentleman Ifheldon. and partly set with orange; trees. $000, M. J. SLIGH Manager for Florida.
WellCONTRACTORS and old resident of Florida, havlno A big lighter and a force of men will\ One.half cash balance 8 per cent.
an
Artesian Floiida.
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} Titusvllle Monday for Jupiter No. S Park Building, Jacksonville\
t been connected with both the F. E. C. leave on Address,
4 and J. T. & K. W. Railroads In thou [arrows; a track will be laid from the C00UTLAND BtTCKMAX, '- --
r. J.i t ; = I earliest Infancy. He not only has many cean beach to Indian River and the 22 Hogaa st., Jacksonville, Fla.
I,- i I\\ 1 warm friends In Florida but is one of edar will be shipped to Philadelphia\ E. A. WADDELL

.1n: f ';'r Eau': Gallle Fla. her staunch supporters The Florida and New York whore It will meet with I If In poor health consult Dr. Vincent, ,
: magazine under this competent ml\nage-I a ready sale 1 !tohawk building, Jacksonville, Fla.
ment should be a financial Cosmopolital Real Estate Office
1>lytonlUazette.The ADVOCATK wlshs Clyde Steamship Line. the most peculiar and InterestIng ,
Have you Your Hotel registered the the new venture every success. I VISIT
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In America

International Hotel and Tourist Bureau, Klllvtl ut K
_ of Boston I. Walton at the ADVOCATE otttce, Tl-
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If ..t, Attend to It at once and send a Our Eden correspondent writes us: .isville. MrichFarmCo.JACKSONVILLE.) and Dude County In general. Loan antI Collection Agency.

pac kAgo of your circulars to be distribu A horrible accident occurred on the .
ted. Also railroad just below the section house Agent for the valuable TUTTLE ESTATE lands, located at Ft. Lauderdale,
In the ast !Saturday: night. A colored man llv- Iiallandale, ulford, Ojus Biscayne Little River Miami, Cocoanut Grove
i Place your advertisement Ing at Jensen, boarded the train at the )range! Trees. and Cutler;\also the} Estate of DR. CUTLER, befllde many desirable water

9 BOSTON HOME JOURNAL IItatloo.; and said he would beat the railroad Kev.V/; U wd Vegetable; Lands of all sizes on East Coast and chain of
1 out of ten cents so be hid between Key t. Orange and Phosphate lands on West Coast.
tliMugh which this Bureau Is conducted. the baggage and mall\ cars. One of the

{; Write for full particulars. lands saw him, and called out to him. la, For Correspondence enclose stamps. Agent for

I W. WALLACE WAUOH Manager. le rosstles Immediately and rolled jumped under, struck the iv pile train.of When you take into consideration the AR (OUR CO., Fertilizers Chicago, AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,Chicago
trees
j 141. Summer street Uo ton, Mass. Four cars passed: over him, and lie was time and money spent In bringing Avenue D, over Da.ok. MIAMI. FLORIDA.

--- -. ------ --- terally cut to pieces. He saved his ton Into fruiting, It looks foolish to plant any _
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but the beat; doesn't It? y
ents.
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Citizen's Barber Shop. We the kind you want-since .ra ESTABLISHED 187.
grow
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Accident. to a 8te..m.... ,
.r Artistic Hair Cutting Shaving, 188:1 i : we have made a specialty of strictly gives V7tC.:: : .. .A.. ::ZBO-CTIE: :: cSS; CO.
Sbatnpoolng etc., Porcelain Bath Tub! The steamer City of Key West, of the high trade stock. Our catalogue
t Everything up-to-date at reasonable rates. 'enlnsular and Occidental SteamshipLine fult descriptions and prices of ail the

I. II. CotKMAX, Proprietor. was anchored below Cape Canav- prominent kinds. Write for one-It's free. GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS!
the. first ofthe ,
of days or so
__ Jacksonville\ Fla. ral] a couple
Main street,
la wing week In ,a hopeless baring lost condition.her lud.ler.!She: was and Glen St. Mary Nurseries 0 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

Don't throw away your money buying' on her way to Jacksonville for repairs, prArlTSOO(rlri( i>M bird.t n Unn S to 10 feet corn';OatsFlour,1Bran, : best d t 1\\ 'leSeed8- A of nadark
medicines. Dr. Vincent' advice Friends left Jack- bllb, wvifcbfiiit ma to Uri poun..cb.. Ostrich e Grits Meal ,both .
patent The tug-boat Three Cotton Seed bright
i aloe Is worth a gallon of "cure all" onvllle, Tuesday night to tow the disabled G. L.Taber, Prop. .....,..bfttcMo.lluliln, ...IfKS..utela. lining mil baby oatrichmI at wbolesala State agent for Igert-Allen: Fertilizer lIea.l.Co.

8t.*T.: Write him at Jacksonville. steamer to that port, where she Florida. .Moort .liltor through the farm .x- Star rand Ferttnser.Cna.nteed Analysts.Orange. tree ADd rertlJlll8 Pore Groueuperlol'
MARY VeR8UbJ.
LEN bT. .
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Bon.
I the birds,their nests, bablu Nltrata Soda Muriateof
back Miami all about Poteh .
this will be repaired and sent to plalnlDIt Sulphate PO..h. Kalnlt" .ta.. T"- .. fertalsetI pan
ads. 18 the
Reading notice on page stock. amass, MO market,sad a trial .lIi oouviuce.
D3T headquarter w.also ban a full line of general nursery Bend for Catsiogne r....
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